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WALTHAM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

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WALTHAM VOCATIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL 



WALTHAM PUBUC LIBRARY 
ARCHIVES 



A gentleman of indefinable strength of character — 
and our friend. One who assisted us in the arduous goal 
of learning. He exemplifies a concerned teacher and 
friend. The class of 1972 is honored to dedicate our edi- 
tion of the Mirror to Mr. F. Joseph Levey. 








Equipped with extensive knowledge and a close 
communication with reality, Mr. Walker and Mr. 
Damian have assisted us in our searching, striving 
years. To express our gratitude we name Mr. Har- 
old Walker and Mr. Antonio J. Damian the Hon- 
orary Seniors of the class of 1972. 




John J. Daddona 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 





Dr. Fredrick J. Stokley 

Superintendent of Schools 




Joseph D. LoPresti 

Assistant to the Superintendent 



4 James J. Cannon 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Elementary Education 




ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. George E. P. Husson 

Headmaster 




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Mr. F. Joseph Levey 

Assistant Headmaster 



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Mrs. Josephine Hughes 

Secretary to the Principal 



House Offices 




Thomas F. Neylon, Jr. 

Senior House 




Almon W. Morang 

Junior House 







Gerard J. Belliveau 

Sophomore House 



Vocational Administration 





Mr. Ernest Viscarello 

Director of Vocational Education 



Miss Clara Sraceffa 

Chief Clerk-Stenographer 





Mr. Kenneth Harding 

Director of Placement and Student Services 



Mrs. Josephine Lucchese 

Clerk-Stenographer 




The Faculty of the Waltham Vocational High School 



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Death be not proud, though some have called thee 

Mighty and dreadfull, for, thou art not soe, 

For, those, whom thou think'st, thou dost overthrow, 

Die not, poore death, nor yet canst thou kill mee. 

From rest and sleepe, which but thy pictures bee, 

Much pleasure, then from thee, much more must flow, 

And soonest our best men with thee doe goe. 

Rest of their bones, and soules deliverie. 

Thou art slave to Fate, Chance, kings, and desperate men 

And dost with poyson, warre, and sickness dwell, 

And poppie, or charmes can make us sleepe as well, 

And better than thy stroke; why swell'st thou then? 

One short sleepe past, wee wake eternally, 

And death shall be no more; death thou shalt die. 




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Francis J. Champagne 

1925-1972 

On April 23, 1972 Waltham Senior High School mourned the loss of Mr. Frank Cham- 
pagne, custodian and carpenter. He was unfailingly helpful, and he proved himself a friend 
to staff and students alike. His efforts, his warmth, and, above all, his presence will be a 
keenly felt loss to our community. 

Wilfred F. St. Martin, Sr. 
1923-1972 

The entire student body, faculty, and administrative staff at Waltham Vocational High 
School were shocked by the sudden and untimely death of Bill St. Martin at the age of 
forty-nine. 

An educator in the field of electronics at Waltham Vocational High School for thirteen 
years, his devotion and achievements were indeed noteworthy. He enjoyed teaching and 
maintained excellent discipline and class control. He was also most fair and understanding 
for which his students held him in high esteem and regarded him as a warm human being. 

Staff members will miss Bill St. Martin for his cooperation in everything that concerned 
the good of the school, for his dedication to his students and to the cause of vocational 
education. An infectious sense of humor, combined with integrity and an excellent com- 
mand of his specialty, will long endear him to us. 

In paying final tribute, we know that the memory of Bill St. Martin will linger forever in 
the minds and hearts of all those who were privileged to have known him. Waltham Voca- 
tional High School suffered a great loss in his passing. To his wife Marjorie and to his six 
sons and daughter, we extend deep and heartfelt sympathy. 

Joseph Thibeault 

1916-1972 

Mr. Joseph Thibeault devoted over thirty years of service to the city of Waltham. When 
he died on January 31 of this year, he was Supervisor of Attendance for the Waltham 
School Department, a position which he fulfilled with efficiency, decency and understand- 
ing. 

He will be missed by his colleagues and by the students of Waltham. 




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Robert Abbott 

202 Charles Street 
Vocational 

Bobby can usually be found with Diane 
or at the drug store. 

ACTIVITIES: Electronics 





Judith Abelli 

141 Prospect Hi 
Business 



Road 



"Jude" or "Hawk" can be seen wi- 
"Joe Hawker." Her favorite pastime 
eating Chinese food. She also enjc 
art. She plans to become a secretary. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4 




Joseph Alessandro 
141 Clark Street 
College 

Joe enjoyed English with Miss Ward 
and Sociology with Mr. Jacobs. He 
can usually be seen with Mike, Kippy 
and Jimmy, or at Lowell field coaching 
the Pop Warner team. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 4 



Nancy Adams 

20 Washington Avenue 
Business 

Nancy will always remember all the 
fun she had at W.H.S. dances, Sen- 
ior Revue, football and basketball 
games. Her future plans include 
college and a career as a medical 
secretary. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Stephen Ahlman 

19 Irving Street 



Claudette Allain 
34 Winthrop Street 
College 

Claudette plans to further her edu- 
cation. She will always be remem- 
bered by Anne, Joanne, Diane and 
Patty. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Daniel Allen 

6 G Hansen Road 
College 

Dan could be seen having his favor- 
ite drink after school or on the 
weekend. He will continue his edu- 
cation in the field of history. 




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Peter Allia 

1 29 Bedford Street 

College 

My plans in the future include 
teaching Mathematics and later a 
career in either radio or television. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2, 3. 



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Gerald Altrich 

16 Princeton Avenue 

When not speeding through the 
corridors to Mr. Laird's Physics 
class, Gerry fills his time with 
friends, art, and playing guitar. He 
hopes to teach retarded children. 

ACTIVITIES: Ecology Club 4 



Mary Ellen Amelia 

I 7 Daniels Court 
College 

In the end 

the songs I sing 

are of 

my own invention. 



Rod McKuen 



ol Anderson 

rhornton Road 
lege 

en Time, who steals our years away, 
II steal our pleasures, too, 
mem'ry of the past will stay 
i half our joys renew. 

Thomas Moore 

TIVITIES: Art Club; Macrame Club 



n Antonellis 

Wayne Avenue 
lege 

n can usually be seen eating lunch 
i the band members from the south 



TIVITIES: Football 3; French Club 
iand 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; 
mt Show 3 



Wayne Anway 

5 Thoreau Road 

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Vocational 



ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 3; 
M.I.A.C.; Tennis Intramurals 4; 
Chorale 4; Tennis Team 4; Senior 
Revue 



Mary Jo Arena 

109 Dobbins Street 
Business 

This popular senior is well known by 
all for her friendly smile and help- 
ing of others. Even though a bit 
mixed up, she will long be remem- 
bered by her many friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show; Senior 
House Office: Sophomore House 
Office: Library 





Paula Angelo 

16 Warren Avenue 
College 

"I shall not pass this way again. Any 
good thing that I can do, or any kind- 
ness that I can show, let me do it now! 
Let me not defer it or neglect it. For I 
shall not pass this way again." 

Stephen Grellet 

ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4: Tal- 
ent Show 2, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2: Sec- 
retary of Senior Class; Senior Revue; 
Senior Prom Committee; Housemaster 
4 



Mary Antonellis 

5 Fairfax Road 
Business 

Mary can usually be found playing ten- 
nis. She plans to continue her educa- 
tion at Aquinas. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Intramurals 4; Ten- 
nis Team 4 




Robert Arenburg 
87 Overland Road 
College 

Bob can be found bombing down Lex- 
ington St. in his '62 Ford or with Joe, 
Harry, Rick and Brian. 




James Arnold 

43 Stearns Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 




Susan Arno 

77 Wilbur Street 
Business 

"The only way to have a friend is 
to be one." 





Nancy J. Arnold 

16 Beaver Brook Road 
Work-Study 

"Ziffel" can be heard screaming 
down the halls after Diane and 
Debbie. Her future plans include 
hairdressing school. 



Carolyn Arnold 

147 Myrtle Street 
Business 

"Lynn" can always be seen around 
Whittemore School with her body- 
guard Claude and the gang. She 
will always remember her wood- 
working class with Mr. Talanian. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Representa- 
tive 2, 3, 4 



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Stephen R. Arnold 

6F Hansen Road 
College 

This sports nut can always be seen 
with a girl between classes. He 
plans to further his education. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2 



Thomas Armstrong 

63 Princeton Avenue 
Business 

Tom plans to attend Wentwc 
tute. 




Kenny Arnold 

147 Myrtle Street 
College 

This multi-talented debonai 
can be seen at all the footb 
(on the bench). His future hoi 
tainty but we wish him luck. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 




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'atricia Aubert 

> I Vernon Street 
College 

Happiness is as a butter-fly, beyond 
our grasp, but which, if you sit down 
luietly, may alight upon you. 

ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 2, 3; Drama Club 
, 3; W.H.S. Representative to Walt- 
am Women's Club 4 




tarie Alice Aucoin 
7 I Main Street 

lusiness 

ou will remember seeing this smiling 
enior with all her friends. Linda, Sara, 
oanne. Paulette. Camille and Joyce, 
ter favorite subject was sewing. 

\CTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Roger Arsenault 

82 Prospect Street 
Vocational 

ACTIVITIES: Electronics 



William Arsenault 
16 Wellington Street 
College 

This senior, if not at Brighams can 
be found playing cards with the 
boys. Billy plans to enter the serv- 
ice after graduation. Bummer! 



Joyce A. Aucoin 

70 Charles Street 
Business 

Happiness to this senior is skiing 
down the slopes with her friends or 
hanging around with Mark. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4 



Karen Aucoin 

55 Chestnut Street 
Business 

ACTIVITIES: Science Office 3 




Joseph A. Aucoin 
16 Sheridan Road 
College 





Richard J. Aucoin 

280 College Farm Road 

College 

Quiet and unpredictable is our 
Captain. When no* ■-< can be 

found with Janet or at tKe Stop and 
Shop. Best of Luck S 

ACTIVITIES: Sk. Tear- : • * SI 
2 3 4 



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Judy Baginsky 
67 Ledge Road 
College 

"No man can live happily who regards 
himself alone. You must live for an- 
other if you wish to live for yourself.'' 

Seneca 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3; German 
Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 
4; M.I.A.C. 2 



Carla Bailey 

4 Adams Street 
College 

Carla can usually be seen with friends 
Linda, Judy and Judcee. Plans for this 
senior include college and summers 
spent down the Cape. She will always 
remember the good times in Mr. 
Laird's G Block Physics. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2 



Susan Jane Aucoin 

29 Villa Street 
College 

"So long as we love, we serve. So 
long as we are loved by others we 
are indispensable; and no man is 
useless while he has a friend." 

Robert Louis Stevenson 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3, 4 
French Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3 
This Week at Waltham High 3, 4 
Senior Revue 



Joseph Avery 

73 Leonard Street 
College 

Joe can be seen after school with 
his friends; Bud, Nick, and Jay. 





Diane Baia 

71 Beal Road 
Business 

When not with Jimmy, Di 
be seen eating Chinese 
just having fun with Ziffel 
rest of the group riding 
batmobile. Her favorite c 
math with Mr. LeBlanc. 



Thomas Baillio 

99 Kingston Road 
College 

Won't forget those 
Physic's Labs 




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Larry Baker 

85 Porter Road 
Business 

Well, the school was good while I 
was here. 



Pamela Baker 



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Richard Ballo 
88 Willow Street 
College 

"Remember when you were small 
and the whole world seemed so 

fall." 

John Lennon 

ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band 2, 3, 
4; W.H.S. Studio Orchestra 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 4; Senior Re- 
vue; Spanish Club 3; Forum 2, 3; 
Chorus 2; Wrestling 4; Ski Club 2 




Gary Bardsley 

39 Woodland Road 



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Ralph C. Bardsley 

Distributive Ed. 

"It was nice while it lasted." See 
you in the future. 

ACTIVITIES: DECA Chapter Presi- 
dent 4; Student Council 4; DECA 
North Regional Conference in Bal- 
timore 4 



Robert Barker 

58 Whitman Road 

College 

Robert, who plans to go to North- 
eastern next year, enjoyed his 
classes at W.H.S. very much. 

ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 2: 
Cross Country 3 



Hugh Barnes 

35 Lunda Street 





Greg Barron 

40 Smith Street 
Work-Study 



Joe Bastarache 
22 John St. 
Vocational 

Joe plans to be an electrician. 

ACTIVITIES: Electron.es 




James Barrile 
46 Dix Street 
College 

Jimmy, when not seen on the slopes 
can be found losing his shirt at the 
card table. His lively personality will 
take him far in the future. Future plans 
include college. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2: Senior Revue 




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Gerard V. Beaudoin 

92 Greenwood Lane 
College 

"Never give in. In things large or 
small grand or petty never give in 
except to the conviction of honor 
and good sense." 

Sir Winston Churchill 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Ri- 
fle Club 2; Rifle Team 3, 4; Lab 
Assistant 4 



Maureen Beaulieu 

89 Shirley Road 
College 

"Each of us was made by God 
beautiful in His mind's eye. Those 
of us that turned out sound should 
look across our shoulders once and 
help the weak ones to their feet. It 
only takes an outstretched hand." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Girls Glee 
Club 4; Senior Revue 



Deborah Beck 

I0D Dermody Road 
Distributive Ed. 

Debbie can be found around I I I 
with her friends; Karen, Lorraine, 
Bev, and Maryanne. 





John Beecy 

3 Marlborough Road 
Business 



Luana Beardinucci 

I 26 Charles Street 
Business 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 3 



Carol A. Bennett 

1 5 Alder Street 
College 

Ben will be remembered by the 
gang for her wacky ways! She loves 
the Bruins-, Chicago and dungarees. 
Crazy Saturday nights will live for- 
ever! 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show 4 





Kathryne Beckwith 
200 Warren Street 
College 

Kathy hopes to be a LPN and dc 
type of social work. She thinks s 
teachers are the greatest. 



ACTIVITIES: Drama 
Club 3; Senior Revue 



Club 3, 




John Bergantino 

I 7 Lowell Street 
Vocational 

He doesn't talk unless he 
something to say. But when he t 
in a special way. 



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lise M. Biron 
5 Upton Road 
Business 

Let Elise color your world with laughter 
and happiness. "Those who bring sun- 
shine to the lives of others cannot keep 
lit from themselves." 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2; Ski Club 
2, 3; Teen-Canteen 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 




Beverly S. Boisseau 
I 25 Temple Road 
Business 

Bev will always remember "Mr. B." all 
her weird friends, and those last days 
of gym. Always leave them laughing, 
Baby! 




Joseph P. Blackburn 



ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 3. 4; German 
Club 2. 3; This Week at WHS 2. 3, 
4 




Arnold E. Bizzozero Jr. 

20 Albemarle Road 
College 

I will always remember the good times 
we had in room 210 with Mr. Thorp. 
Arnold plans to go into the field of 
dentistry. 



Corinne Bleyle 
I 13 Temple Road 
College 

Although one of the more quiet 
members. Corinne takes an active 
part in the activities of "the girls." 
The one fault of this silent beauty 
is that she is without the natural 
ability to make enemies. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Janet Blustein 




46 Glen Circle 




College 




"When 1 stumble into 




some trouble, 




You make them seem so 




small, 


Richard C. Bogosian 


And with the little way 


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at all." 







Theodore D. Bonica 
261 Brown Street 
Vocational 

This senior plans to attend ITT " 
School. Auto Mechanics division [ 
ett Mass. 



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Tom Bordenca 

39 Pleasant Street 
Business 

If Tom is not found swinging on the 
rings in gym, he's usually sleeping in a 
corner. He's had many a good fight 
with Donald Lamont in class or been 
found pulling Stew's ears while Stew's 
trying to pay attention in class. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle 
Team 2, 3, 4; Student Council V.P. 4 





William Bordenca 

39 Pleasant Street 
Business 



Barbara Boudreau 

41 High Street 
Business 



Stew Bossman 

203 Brown Street 
College 

Stew can be seen swinging from 
the rings in gym like a monkey. If 
he is not there look for him B block 
sleeping in Mr. Sweeney's room or 
fighting with Teddy and Tom. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorale 4 



Patricia Ann Bosworth 

151 Ravens Wood Road 
College 

"The woods are lovely, dark, and 
deep, but I have promises to keep. 
And miles to go before I sleep, and 
miles to go before I sleep." 

Robert Frost 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; Senior Re- 
vue; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4 



Juliann Boucher 

60 Tudor Street 
Business 

The years were short and they were 
fun, but I'm glad it's over. 

ACTIVITIES: Library Aide 4 



Odette Boucher 

24 Central Street 
Business 

You could always hear laughter 
where Odette was found. She al- 
ways kept everyone happy and was 
great fun to be with. She could 
usually be seen with Laurie and 
Maura. 





Edith Boudreau 

61 Gardner Street 
Distributive Ed. 



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Maureen Boudreau 
' Albert Street 
Susiness 



Maureen's specialities are skiing and 
lating. "Moe" can always be found 
miling and having something to say, 
hough her best quality is keeping se- 
:rets. 

\CTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Ski Club 3, 
\; Housemaster's Office 3 



Henry Bourgeois 

23 Cedar Hill Lane 
College 




Edward Boudreau 

344 School Street 
College 



John Boudreau 

12 Plant Road 
College 

Captain John can be seen waltzing 
down the corridors with his one and 
only Ann. He has plans of going to 
college. He is a handsome devil 
and will go places in the future. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Base- 
ball 2; Football 4 



Margaret Boyd 

27 Cambria Road 
College 

Peg can be seen in her yellow 
bomb with Paulette, Denise and 
Steph. She will always be remem- 
bered for her quick wit and cute 
personality. Good luck Peg! 

ACTIVITIES; Girls Sports 2. 3: Pep 
Squad 4; Talent Show 3: Drama 
Club 2: Senior Revue; Clambake 2, 
3. 4 




Michele Boudreau 
20 Plant Road 
Business 

Michele hopes to become a secretary. 



William Bowen 

4 Charles Street Ave. 

Bill can be seen running around with 
library passes. He has a modest collec- 
tion of old recordings from The Big 
Bands. Bill likes to sing. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2 3 ♦; 
H.Y.P. 3: Drama Plays 2 



Joe Bozak 

25 College Farm Road 
Business 




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Judith M. Brandt 
7 1 Dix Street 

College 




Patricia Brannelly 

48 Albert Street 
College 

Those who bring sunshine to the 
of others cannot keep it from 
selves. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, 4; Senior 
Committee 4; Basketball 3; Senic 
vue 4 




Diane Breau 

20 Hammond Street 
Business 

This brown-eyed girl can usually be 
found talking with her favorite 
teacher, Mr. Collins, and if you ask 
her what she's talking about she al- 
ways answers, "Bobby, of course!!" 



Martin J. Brophy 

137 Villa Street 
College 

"Marty" entered W.H.S. as a jun- 
ior. In the winter he can be found 
at the wrestling room in W.H.S. In 
the summer he can be found on the 
golf course. Ad astra per aspera. 

ACTIVITIES: Chess Team 4; Chess 
Club 3; Wrestling 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4 




Susan Brophy 

48 Marianne Road 
College 

Two roads diverged in a wood, 

and I — 
I took the one less traveled by,; 
And that has made all 

the difference. 

ACTIVITIES: Teen Council 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Ski 
Club 3; Class Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 3, 4 




John Brown 

Summer St. 
College 




Ken Brown 

96 Princeton Avenue 
Vocational 



Larry Brown 

12 Lexington Terrace 
Vocational 

I want to get a C.H. and tour the 
country and have one continuous 
party. After a couple of years I in- 
tend to settle down. 




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Eileen Burke 

78 Florence Road 
College 

I am a person who loves coming to 
school since school is so exciting. Most 
students in Waltham High are dyna- 
mite. I'll never forget our great house- 
master, Mr. Neylon. 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 2, 3; Sci- 
ence Department 3 



Jay P. Byrne 

41 Common Street 
College 

Although co-captain of the cross-coun- 
try team, Byrnezie can frequently be 
seen sprinting towards his F block class 
always 5 minutes later than the bell. 
He possesses an uncanny ability to 
catch the ZZZ's. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; In- 
door Track 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track 2, 3, 
4; Yearbook Representative 2, 3. 4 



Mary Elizabeth Brown 

I 7 School Street 
College 

"Leave them laughing when you 
go, and if you care don't let them 
know, don't give yourself away." 



Stephen Burgess 

60 Dale Street 
College 

Being very stubborn and ( ) 

allows Steve to be exceedingly illus- 
trious in certain fields. 





Mark H. Burstein 

36 Riverside Drive 
College 

Life's but a walking shadow, a poor 
player that struts and frets his hour 
upon the stage and then is heard 
no more: it is a tale told by an id- 
iot, full of sound and fury, signify- 
ing nothing. 

ACTIVITIES: Debate Club 3: Fo- 
rum Club 3 (President 4); Student 
Council 3; Ecology Club 2, 3; 
Chess Club 4: Sensitive Humans 4; 
National Honor Society 4 



Steven Butcher 

218 Hammond Street 

College 

Well you can excommunicate me 
from this old freezen school while 
you think I play the game of a fool: 
I've been filed, processed, and key 
punched but I'm only a country 
boy! 

ACTIVITIES: Ecology Club 2: Ski 
Club 2. 3. 4; Ski Team 2, 3: Life 
Studies 2. 3, 4: Space Studies 2, 3. 






Timothy Burke 

141 Lakeview Avenue 




Caterina Caci 
237 Ash Street 
Business 

The surest way to face our todays 
and tomorrows is through the use of 
common sense and reason. 

ACTIVITIES: Member of tK e M 
teers Science Office 2 3 English Of- 
fice 3: Housemasters Office 3 * 
Yearbook Business Editor Waltham 
Woman s Club 4: Na*ional Honor So- 
ciety 4 



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Mary Kathryn Garber Calabufalo 
38 Rockridge Road 
Distributive Ed. 

"Thank God it's over!" 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Housemaster's Office 2, 3 



Theresa M. Calarese 
54 Upton Road 
College 

It is not for me to judge another life. I 
must judge for myself. 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Italian National Honor Society 4; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Italian 
Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball I; 
Gymnastics Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 
3 



Patricia L. Caisey 

10 Chester Lane 
Business 

Pattie, one of WHS' cheerleaders, 
will be remembered for her friendly 
smile and outgoing ways. Among 
Patties many favorites are Chinese 
food (at Yee Mee's of course), ski- 
ing, and being with the girls. 
L.L.S.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; Talent Show 2, 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 



Sheila C. Caisey 

49 Wellington Street 
Business 

I go my way you go your way, and 
at the end if we should find each 
other it will be beautiful. 



ACTIVITIES: 
Musketeers 



Member of the 






Thomas B. Callahan 

280 Beal Road 
College 

T. C. . . . The great Senior Review 
performance . . . "Want to sign 
my cast?" . . . Will always be re- 
membered for his great sense of 
humor, and warm personality . . . 
"Who's Igor?" 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2; Weight-Training; Senior 
Revue 4; Talent Show 



Wayne Campbell 

153 Riverview Avenue 
College 



Robert Calabufalo 

64 Guinan Street 
Vocational 

Robert hopes to own his own f 
business. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Presid 



Joan C. Callahan 

78 Hibiscus Avenue 
College 

". . . With ten miles behind r 
ten thousand more to go." 

ACTIVITIES: German Club \ 
Spanish Club 3, 4(Vice-presid 
Latin Cluo 2, 3, 4 (President 4 
Week at Waltham High" 3, 
4); National Honor Society 3, 4 




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Paula Marie Camposano 

29 Ledge Road 
College 

The one thing every human being 
must do to be fully alive, to be con- 
tented, is to know and accept himself 
as he is; to give up once and for all 
trying to be someone else." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2; Softball 3, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee; Yearbook 
Staff; Swim Team 4; Reagle Players; 
Senior Revue 




Nancy Linda Cappadona 

635 Beaver Street 
Business 

"I hate school" Cappa's favorite ex- 
pression besides the previous one "All 
right John Lennon." Constantly listen- 
ing to the "fantastic four" (alias Bea- 
tles) Nancie has a way of making us 
laugh even when she isn't funny. She 
can usually be seen with Heidi. Diane, 
and Ellen. 




Jo-Ann Cannistraro 
55 Derby Street 
Business 

Jo — Ann will never forget her "G" 
block class with Mrs. Marr and her 
fooling around and talking with 
Julie, Cathy, and Sheila. Future 
plans include Joel, Joel and more 
Joel. 



Michael Cannistraro 

23 Rich Street 
College 

"Ape" enjoys eating lunch in the 
caf with Cheese (Billy) and Marvin. 
His favorite pastimes are driving 
around town with Boogas and go- 
ing to Mac's to meet the kids. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2. 3. 4 



Peter M. Cannistraro 

9 Coolidige Avenue 
College 

I am easy going. I hope to go to 
college for a teaching degree ei- 
ther in History or Music. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 3 



Carmelo Capizzi 




Brian Cane 

12 Hiawatha Street 




Ellen Renee Cardarelli 
143 Chaffee Avenue 
College 

The wind blows hard 
but I move on until 

I reach there. W>-. 
Whenever I am gc 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2 3 FT * \ * 

Qorr- mitt«« 

Drama 2 GAP. 2 Se ■ . u e 

Steer, ng C - 

2 3 Pep Squad i 
Club 2 3 * 



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Gilda Cardillo 

343 Crescent Street 
Business 

I will always remember the time I 
spent at W.H.S. in Mr. Collins' 
English class, my friends Maria, 
Luana, Nancy and Rosanne, and 
the hours I spent in the North end 
of Boston. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 3 




John Carmody 

35 Arlington Road 
Vocational 



Paula Jean Cardarelli 

1785 Trapelo Road 
College 

Good things come in small pack- 
ages! This little cheerleader's big 
blue eyes and fantastic personality 
will always win her friends. She's 
also a member of the Kenicotte car 
decorating club. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2; Junior Class Secretary; 
Junior Prom Committee; Ski Club 
2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3; Senior Re- 
view; Cheerleading 4; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 
3; Girls Sports 2, 3, 4; G.A.P., 
F.T.A. 



Anita C. Cardillo 

67 Silver Hill Lane 
College 

You can always find this twinkle- 
eyed brunette eating apples any- 
time of the day. She has many 
friends, but especially enjoys the 
companionship of "Marty." 





Joseph P. Cardillo 

46 Wetherbee Road 
Business 



Gary Cardone 

102 Thorton Street 
College 



Carl Carlson 

27 Highland Street 
Vocational 

"Why?" 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2 



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Aldo Carretta 

57 Bedford Street 
Vocational 

Aldo has reached an all ti 
"high." He plans to further his ec 
cation in electronics. 

ACTIVITIES: Electronics 



Glonn D. Carrier 





Richard Castallano 

26 Mount Walley Road 



Samuel Caruso 

853 Lexington Street 
Business 

You can find this senior flirting in 
the halls, arguing with Mr. Neylon, 
in the Nurses Office, or on the Ab- 
sentee list. 

ACTIVITIES: Chef I and II 



Sylvia Ann Caruso 

80 Kendall Park 
College 

This nutty senior will always remem- 
ber attending those "terrific" Sat- 
urday night dances and with her 
inseparable. Sylvia's famous saying 
is "Where's Donna? I lost her 
again 



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John Cash 

184 Main Street 
College 

Nothing is something, if nothing 
was not something, then it wouldn't 
exist. In M.ay of 1972, the Vietnam 
War will end. In 1978, we will have 
a depression. In 1982 World War 
III will begin. Belgravia lives! 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 4 



William M. Cassidy 
45 Jennings Road 
College 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 2 



George James Caruso 

51 Wadsworth Avenue 
College 

If you don't find George driving his 
"JEEP" or the big 98 Olds, you can 
find him playing hockey. He will always 
remember his 3 years of Italian with 
Mr. Pizzi. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 3, 4 





Robert Louis Castellano 
I 2 Van Vechten Street 

"Bobo" . . . Want to go to Good 
Harbor after school? . . . Davids 
shadow . . . will |ump your car anytime 
. . . future Stop & Shop manager . . . 
warm and sincere friend . . . 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2 3: Senior Re- 
vue: Chorus 2 3, 4 



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Judith Marilyn Cafe 

136 Rose Hill Way 
College 

"You've got to get up every morning 

with a smile on your face 
And show the world all the love 

in your heart ..." 

Carole King 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3; Crimson 
Crier 4; Senior Revue; B.Y.F. 2, 3 



William J. Chaisson 
1 52 Myrtle Street 
College 



"Oh, 



IN- 



ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; 
2, 3,4 



Basketball 




Michael Cavanaugh 

65 Chester Lane 




Denise Cedrone 

35 Bancroft Street 
College 

"Purple Haze Hendrix" and her dy- 
namite laugh can be seen if not 
heard. This freaky cheerleader will 
be long remembered by her friends 
for all the crazy things they did to- 
gether. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Drama Club 3; Senior Revue; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4; Clambake 3; Gym- 
nastics 3, 4; Slave Auction 4 



Sam Cetrano 

254 Weston Street 
College 

"Where's my good old gang done 
gone?" I heard a sad man say. I 
whispered in that sad man's ear, 
"Your gang's done gone away." 

ACTIVITIES: President Italian 
Honor Society; Football Team; 
Track Team; Senior Revue; Ward 
Representative 




Joyce Anne Centola 
I I I Whitman Road 
College 

I will never forget the great times I 
had in homeroom with Mr. Stein- 
berg; and on the Chorus trip to 
New York. 

ACTIVITIES:- Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rale 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Crim- 
son Crier 4; Senior Revue; Italian 
Club; Vice-President Spanish Club 







Cliff Chaisson 

125 Clark Street 
Business 

It's been three long years, 
Although it went by quick, 
I don't feel sick, 
To leave this mess of brick. 





Arlene F. Charles 

59 Farnum Road 
Business 

"Chuckie" 

I will always remember my years 

I 17. 



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Iren Chicco 
96 Sibley Road 
College 

I want the hunger for love and beauty 
o be in the depths of my spirit, for I 
ave seen those who are satisfied the 
post wretched of people. I have heard 
he sigh of those in yearning and long- 
ig, and it is sweeter than the sweetest 
nelody." 

Kahlil Gibran 



)iane Marie Christopher 
9 Mayall Road 
College 

A/hen not with the "gang" Diane's 
me was spent in the A.V. office writ- 

ng and editing for the Crimson Crier, 
iane's most memorable experience 

vas the time she and "you know who" 

jot stuck in the elevator. 

{ \CTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 
I \; Girls Glee Club 4/ Crimson Crier 3, 

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Deborah M. Cheeseman 

171 Robbins Street 
College 

"You are a child of the 

Universe. 
Strive to be happy." 

ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 3; Chorus 2, 3, 
4; Chorale 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Latin 
Club 2 



Anne Chiasson 

225 Charles Street 
Business 

Anne's future ambitions include be- 
coming a secretary and trying to 
live life to its fullest. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4 





Debbie Chicco 

314 Sibley Road 
Business 

Bubba is very active when not 
around her boyfriend, but very quiet 
when she is. Bubba s plans for after 
school are getting ready for her mar- 
riage, in June. 



Cheryl D. Clark 
23 Galen Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2: Drama 
Club 2: Ski Club 3: Tennis Intramurals 
4: Spanish Club 4. 




Debra Joan Clarke 

21 I College Farm Road 
College 

Lead the life that will make 

you kindly, 
And friendly to everyone 

about you, 
And you will be surprised 
What a happy life you will 

live. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, 2: Junior 
Prom Committee: Senior Revue 



Thomas G. Clark 
10 Mayall Road 
College 

After graduation Tom plans to 
study electrical engineering. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



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Marian Kelly Cloherty 

139 Rose Hill Way 
College 

"Cecilia," an active member of the 
Kennecott Decorating Club can be 
seen any night of the week displaying 
her talent for decorating cars. Marian's 
flashing smile and personality will take 
her far in the world of Dental Assist- 
ance. 

ACTIVITIES: Teen Council; Senior Re- 
vue; Talent Show 2, 4; Crimsonettes 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; Homeroom 
Rep. 





Frank Collura 

78 Taylor Street 
Business 

Frank's favorite subjects were art with 
Mr. Nyren and Mrs. Blanchard. He 
plans to attend art school after gradu- 
ation. 

ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2, 3 




Tony Coco 

730 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 

"The screaming demon' 



Julie Collins 

39 Cowasset Lane 
College 

"Today is the first day of the rest 
of your life." 



ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3; Latin 
Club 4; Intramural Tennis 4 





Elizabeth Francis Condon 

59 Dobbins Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; 
ball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 
dent Council 2 



Basket- 
4; Stu- 



Mary Elizabeth Condon 

12 Kingston Terrace 
College 

Her future plans include nursing. 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Talent Show Committee; Yearbook 
Editor; Nurses Office 4; Teen Can- 
teen 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 



Richard Joseph Cloonan 

100 Harland Road 
College 

"Captain Dickie" when not "pi 
or sitting in the whirlpool can be 
leading the W.H.S. cross country 
to victory. Rich will always reme 
the teams perfect 10-0 season an< 
urban league championship. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2, 3 
captain 4); Senior Revue; Cri 
Crier 4; Mirror Staff; Indoor Tr< 
3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4 




Eileen Marie Comeau 

108 Vernon Street 
College 

"And always has it been that 
knows not its own depth until th< 
of separation." 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 4; 
Revue; Latin Club 2; Talent Sh 
G.A.P. 2 



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Joseph Connors 

85 Chester Lane 



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ane E. Cooper 

14 Kenmore Terrace 
College 

ime takes so much, 

nd leaves so little, 
unless, 

you make the most of the 
present. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue: Yearbook 
Editor 4 



Linda Connolly 

8 Hatherly Rd. 
College 

To see the world 

in a grain of sand, 
Heaven in a wild flower, 
Hold Infinity in the palm 

of your hand 
And Eternity in an hour. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2, 3: 
Spanish Club 2, 3: German Club 2, 
3; G.A.P. 2; Band 2: Senior Revue 



Bernadette Ann Connor 

24 Bacon Street 
Business 

Some people like to ski, but 
"Berna'' likes to walk. Soon she'll 
enjoy driving around in her new 
car. Berna looks forward to a ca- 
reer as a legal secretary. L.L.S.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 





Judy Marie Connors 

72 Rockridge Road 
College 

"I know you don t understand me. but 
you're not supposed to. can be heard 
as this bundle of energy walks down 
the halls talking to friends about the 4 
am ski trips, accidents, cold lunch and 
all . . . 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball 3, 4: Ski Team 
4: Softball 3. 4: Drama Club 2 3 4 
Regal Players: Talent Shows 2 3 4 
Senior Revue: Teen Council: F.T.A. 
House Office: Chorus: TEAFOL 



Lesley E. Connors 

78 Lake St. 
College 

Les, our homecoming queen, will be 
remembered by her many friends 
for her outgoing ways. Lesley, if 
not with the girls, can be seen eat- 
ing ice cream (with Jimmies, of 
course!). L.L.S.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Crimsonette 3, 4: 
Spanish Club 4: Prom Committee 
3, 4; Volleyball 2: Senior Revue; 
Homecoming Queen 4; Chorus 2, 
3; Yearbook Staff 



Maryellen M. Conty 

I I Farnum Road 
College 

If not in Math class laughing at a 
certain person, Maryellen can be 
found in the girls room looking for 
Diane. Well, you know Hawkers! 





Dave Coraccio 
65 Gilbert Si 
College 



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Nancy Corcoran 

22 Brookway Court 



Deborah Cormier 

73 Bowdoin Avenue 
College 




Kathleen Anne Corcoran 

81 Main Street 
College 

Kath's specialty is making people 
laugh. She can be found just about 
anywhere with "the girls." Her fa- 
vorite pastime is Falmouth. L.L.S.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3; Ski Club 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff 



Maura Corcoran 

81 Main Street 
College 

A friend to everyone, Maura 
spends most of her time thinking of 
things to do and places to go. We 
hope that she will continue to touch 
the lives of everyone she meets 
with cheerfulness and love. L.L.S.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2; Ski Club 3, 
4; Yearbook Staff 





Robert E. Corcoran 

22 Brookway Court 
Business 



Donald Cormier 

10 Grant Street 
Business 

"Duck," as he is known by his 
can usually be found with Don, 
or Cy. Don plans to go to U-M 
Hotel and Restaurant Managem 



Gail M. Cormier 

5 Chester Avenue 
Business 

"Everyone has two ends in the 
grade of life. It's up to us as to 
which end we use. Heads we win, 
tails we lose." If you're ever looking 
for me, try the Main Office! That's 
where I spend all my free time! 

ACTIVITIES: House Office 2, 3, 4; 
Main Office 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Mirror 
Staff; Sr. M.Y.F. 2, 3, 4 



Lloyd Cormier 

56 Ellery Road 
Vocational 




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larie Cormier 
(• Gilman Road 
ollege 

feel that the capacity to care is the 
ing that gives life its deepest signifi- 
ince." 

CTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
lub 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 
4 





Trisha Cormier 

18 Myrtle Street 
Work-Study 

To live is the rarest thing in the 
world. Most people exist, that is all. 



Robert Cormier 

61 High Street 
College 

Probably the only Montreal Cana- 
dians fan in the school. 



Kevin G. Cote 

40 Grove Road 
Business 

"Now that it's over what ar 
ing to do?" 



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ACTIVITIES: Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4 





Patricia Ann Coughlan 
268 School Street 
College 

"A iourney of a thousand miles begins 
with but a single step." (Rt. 95) 

ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 



Laura Elaine Coulter 
70 Chaffee Avenue 
College 

The bow shall be in the cloud and I will 
remember . . . 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Club 4: Chorale 4: 
Chorus 2 3. 4: Girls Glee Club 3. 4: 
Drama Club 2: Senior Revue: Year- 
book Staff: Rainbow PWA 2 3 4 
M.I.A.C. 2 3 



Marty Cormier 

150 Hammond Streei 
College 

I'm gonna (sniff) miss my homeroom 
buddies Coxy, Kim, Louie. Mike and 
Jane (sniff). Oh yeah, and Barry (sniff) 
though he wasn't there all the time 
(sniff). PEACE 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2. 3. 4: Talent 
Show 2: 125 Club 2. 3, 4: Swim Team 
4 




Sara Cotrone 

9 Colonial Avenue 

Business 

You can always find this bright, 
brown-eyed girl with her friends. 
She will remember them always. 
Her favorite class was English with 
Mr. Steinberg. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




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Gary Coutard 

7 Wellington Avenue 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 



Jerry Cox 

95 College Farm Road 
College 

Jerry can be seen carrying his vo- 
cabulary list home every night so 
he can pass Mr. T's class. He will 
always be remembered for his 
quiet ways. He would like to thank 
Mr. Neylon and all the teachers at 
W.H.S. for all their help. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3. 4: Swim 
Team 3; Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Rifle 
Team 2, 3, 4; Choral 2. 3, 4 



Kevin Cripps 

50 Exchange Street 
Business 



Marie T. Couture 

3 Mayall Road 
College 

Marie plans on becoming an ele- 
mentary teacher. She wishes every- 
one at Waltham High the best of 
Luck. 



Jane Cripps 

50 Leonard Street 
College 

Thank you, Mr. Rose, for every- 
thing you have done to make my 
school years worthwhile. 




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John W. Cox 

23 Windsor Terrace 
College 

Jack's best hours are spent playing 
basketball in the and fishing during the 
summer. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Na- 
tional Honor Society 4 







Barry Cronin 

35 Valley Viev 
College 



Road 



"Barney'' can be usually found 
bombed out after a long weekend 
with Mack. Barney s future plans in- 
clude "Harvard " and the Big Time. 

ACTIVITIES: Trojan Club 3, 4: 
Wrestling 4 



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rgaret Mary Cronin 

Marianne Road 

liege 

•ere are. things to be done, tales to 

told, he said, and I agreed, I knew 

■/as very important, but somehow I 

asleep and forgot about the whole 

g 

TIVITIES: Honor Society: German 
b: Latin Club: English Discussion 
>up: Chess Club: Sensitive Humans: 
>t. of the Interior: Crimson Crier; 
,S. 




Harold Croteau 

64 Lakeview -Terrace 
Vocational 

Harry will always remember th . >od 
time he had in shop with Gever, Sull\. 
Mac, Parky. Frenchie, Crazy Bob. Carl, 
Mike, Sam, and George. 




Tom Currie 

3 I Dartmouth Street 

College 

Tom plans to go on to college or 
become a plumber. 



Kathleen Curtis 



>h Cutler 

orham Street 
ational 

1 going to try to go into the com- 
ir field — building and repairing 
i. If not, maybe I will go into the 
•ice. 

flVITIES: Electronics 




Michael Curtis 

605 Lexington Street 
College 

The want to be different has been 
strained to where everyone is alike 
in their differences and the differ- 
ent ones were the same before. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Waltham Summer 
Theatre 3, 4; Regional Drama 
Competitions 2, 3, 4 



David Cusano 

360 Waverley Oaks Road 
Vocational 

David plans to travel after school. 
He enjoys skiing and skating. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 2 





Louis R. Czuczwa 

14 Wingate Road 
College 

"You don't need a weatherman to 
know which way the wind blows!" 

ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 4; 






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Meredith Ann Dahl 

13 Upland Road 
College 

When the spirit of a girl soars upward 
and it is no longer possible for her to 
express herself in words, she must then, 
of necessity, turn to music. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; M.I.A.C. 2, 
3; Talent Show 3, 4; Reagle Players 2, 
3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Studio Orch. 
4; Rainbow P.WA. 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
view 




Kim Decola 

18 Valley View Road 
College 

I will miss the good times in the morn- 
ing with Sheila, Sue, and Ginnie; 
homeroom 125 with Gerry, Marty, 
Mike, Jane, and, of course, Miss De- 
vane! 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2; Softball 2; 
125 Club 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 2; Italy 
Trip 2; Senior Revue 



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Mary Elizabeth Daley 

I I Orange Street 
Business 

Mary can always be seen sewing on 
her bathrobe for Mrs. Johnson. She 
loves oaf studies, D block and the 
2:30 bell. 

ACTIVITIES: 9th Grade Home- 
room Rep. 



Florence C. Darrah 

80 Lakeview Terrace 
College 

Take kindly the council of the 
years, gracefully surrendering the 
things of youth. Nurture strength 
of spirit to shield you in sudden 
misfortune. Be gentle with yourself. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 4; Oklahoma 3; 
Anything Goes 3; Senior Review; 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 
3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3, 4 



Michael Eavis 
54 Crestview Rd. 
College 

When Mike is not working in the 
Frozen Food dept. of the Stop & 
Shop, he can be seen with Dottie 
bolting down the slopes of Loon. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Review; Talent 
Show 4 



Julie Allison DeAmicis 
25 Circle Drive 
Business 

One nice thing about this school is 
that it is a nice place to leave. 
Julie can usually be seen with Jo- 
Ann, Sheila and Cathy. Her future 
plans include getting married. 

ACTIVITIES: Member of the 
Musketeers 



Helen Judith Daley 

32 Kendall Park 
College 

Helen has a kind of quiet beaut 
is a beautiful friend, always do: 
with an open heart. "Did you s< 
want to marry me?" Bob's Girl . 

ACTIVITIES: Newspaper, Soc 
Yearbook 2; Saint Mary's High. 






Anne Degenhardt 

30 Shawmut Road 
College 




Michael J. Delaney 
20 Charlotte Road 
College 

Mike can always be seen with Carl, 
Larry, Neil and Tommy. Mike al- 
ways has a kind word to say to ev- 
eryone. 

ACTIVITIES: Golf 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 



Richard J. Delfino 

53 Rear Calvery Street 
Vocational 

Richard can be found at the Res 
every Friday night. 



5an DellaCamera 

> Reyem Street 
College 

Dan plans to go on in the Business 
ield. 



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Denise Anne Delorey 
23 Brown Street 
Business 

(Usually seen with Tom "riding around," 
iDenise likes Lena's subs, Chinese food, 
Igood music, and cherries. She enjoyed 
|Mrs. Dunlap's and Mrs. Czarnowski's 
lEnglish classes. She plans on being a 
(bookkeeper and later marrying. 

[ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics; Jr. Slave 
lAuction 





Anthony Demeo 
45 Bennett Street 
College 



Carol M. Demeo 
37 Summit Street 
College 

"Ask. and it shall be given you: 
seek, and ye shall find: knock and it 
shall be opened unto you. 

Matthew 7:7 

ACTIVITIES: Reagle Players 2 3: 
Chorus 2. 3: Girls Chorus 3: Talent 
Show 2: M.I.A.C. 2 3: Jr. Prom 
Committee 3: Senior Revue: Jr. 
Prom Queen 




Janet Marie Delmore 
51 Gilman Road 
Business 

In the depth of my soul 
there is a 
wordless song. 



Kahil Gibran 



ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Chorale 
4; Girls Chorus 3. 4: Senior Review: 
Reagle Players 



Michelle Delorey 
I 36 Berkley Street 
College 

When not heading for the girls room, 
this senior can be seen cheering the 
Hawks to victory. Her future plans in- 
clude teaching. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheering: Teen Council 
3, 4: Mr. Levy's office 3: Sk. Club 




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Joanne M. DeMeo 
14 Kingsley's Court 
Business 

A business career is in this senior's 
eyes. Joanne will always be remem- 
bered by her many friends at W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 





Lawrence J. Devlin 

70 Parkview Road 
College 

Larry's individuality makes him a spe- 
cial kind of person. His dramatic tal- 
ents will send him far in the world. 

ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorale 4; Reagle Players 
3, 4; Senior Revue 




Leonard Dente 

20 Claremont Street 
College 

BLAH! 



Dave DePass 

47 Ellison Park 
Vocational 

THINK SNOW! 

ACTIVITIES: Skiing; Golf 



Neil A. DeStefano 
20 Oak Street 
College 

Teaching the baby monsters how to 
throw the shotput at the Fieldhouse 
is one of Neil's favorite pastimes, 
other than getting shaving cream 
in his face at the Senior Revue. 
What got into you Neil! 

ACTIVITIES: Indoor Track, Out- 
door Track I, 2, 3, 4 (captain 4); 
Football 2; Chorus 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 4; 4-W Club 



Joanne Devane 

72 Chester Lane 
College 

Joanne's warm smile and great per- 
sonality won her many friends at 
W.H.S. She will never forget the 
good times with Joan, Mary, Sylvia 
and Donna. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; House- 
master's Office 3; Girl's Softball 
Team 2. 



Kenneth M. Demeo 
55 Dix Street 
College 

When not in the tennis court, 
can be found enjoying Chinese 
with Nancy. His athletic ability e 
him success in the future. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 2; (captain) "s 




John DeSisto 

366 Waverley Oaks Road 

College 

"When you part from your frier 
grieve not; For that which yo 
most in him may be clearer in 
sence, as the mountain to the c 
is clearer from the plain." 

Kahlil 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 3, 4| 
Team 3, 4; Football 3 




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lames M. Devoe 

>28 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

!im's favorite times of the day are the 
wo-thirty bell and lunch. He can al- 
vays be found goofing off with the 
.ower Brighams' gang or out with Ar- 
ene. 



Thomas Devane 

144 Main Street 
College 

"Joe Cyclone" can always be seen 
at Leary Field soaring to new 
heights in the pole vault. Tom will 
never forget the great times during 
the summer and at WHS with Neil, 
Larry, Carl, and Mike. 

ACTIVITIES: Class President 2; 
Chorus President 3; Football 2; 
Basketball 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Reagle 
Players; Choral 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; 
4W Club 



Kevin DeVincent 

82 Lawrence Street 
Vocational 





Joyce Dimat+eo 

48 Mt. Walley Rd. 
Distributive Ed. 



Donna DiTommaso 
100 Amherst Avenue 
College 

To know is nothing at all. To imag- 
ine is everything." 



Lorraine M. DiVico 
♦9 Lafayette Street 

College 

Nothing that lives, stands still 

Srow it must or shrink 

There is no alternative 

Only inanimate things are static, 

fixed 
Marble remains unchanged 
The living creature changes always 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3 



Frederick Dileone 
54 Midland Drive 
College 

"Tree Stump" can be found on Satur- 
day mornings warming the bench or in 
study with Stretch, Jim. and Jerry. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2. 3, 4: Wres- 
tling 3: Homeroom Representative 2 



Jeanne Marie Doherty 
3 I Mallard Way 
College 

Jeanne s deep understanding .-• 
ranked her high among her friends. St>e 
can be seen almost anywhe-o 

Who Mush Poop, and her & 
pal Satch. 

ACTIVITIES: Sen,or Revue- House Of- 
fice 2 3: Ski Club- Pep Squad 3 * 
Talent Show 3- Team Council 3 * 



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Janice Donato 

55 Parkview Road 
College 

The future enters into us, 
In order to transform 
itself in us, 
Long before it happens. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council; Year- 
book Representative; Ward Represent- 
ative 3; German Club 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.P. 



James Joseph Donnelly 

75 Prentice Street 

What ... Me Worry? 

ACTIVITIES: Language Lab Assistant 
2, 3, 4; G.A.P. 2 




Sylvia Doucet 

14 Lowell Street 
Business 



David Doucette 

9 Wilmot Road 
College 

"The best lack all conviction, while 
the worst are full of passionate in- 
tensity." 

William Butler Yeats 

ACTIVITIES: The Crimson Crier — 

Editor-in-Chief 4; President, Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; "The Fo- 
rum" Vice-President 4; French Club 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club; Junior Classical 
League 2; Sensitive Humans 4. 



Maureen Donlan 

52 Reservoir Road 
College 

Your sole contribution to the sum 
things is yourself. 

Frank Cr 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3, 4; 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Spai 
Club 3, 4; This Week at Waltr 
High 4 



John "Arte" Doucet 

39 Francis Street 
College 

"Arte" as known to all his friends, 
well liked at W.H.S. and will always 
remembered. His future plans incl 
going to computer school. 




vid S. Douglas 

Fiske Street 
Jlege 

he greatest thing in the world is to 
>w how to be yourself." 

mVITIES: National Honor Society 
4 




a Marie Dube 
' Main Street 
iness 

a is a girl whose bubbling personal- 
overwhelms every poor soul in the 
s. You'll often see her running down 
corridors with Denise, Elaine, and 
ida. 



J 



iTIVITIES: Latin Club; Chorus; Sen- 
Revue 




Brian C. Dowcett 
I 7 Gore Street 
Work-Study 

I enjoyed all the vacations that Mr. Le- 
vey was so generous to give me in my 
Junior year. 



Ellen Dowcett 

141 Grove Street 
College 

"Butch" could be seen running 
down the halls, knocking someone 
over and trying to get into trouble. 
El will never forget all the "long 
rides" with Deb, Con, and Lu. 
Keep shifting, Hitch! 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3; Drama 
Club 3; F.T.A. 3; Volleyball 3; Sen- 
ior Revue; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Junior and Senior Prom 
Committees 



Bob Dowdy 

21 Demerest Street 
Vocational 

Bob plans to settle down and get 
married after three years in prison. 



Stephen J. Dowman 

181 Warren Street 
College 

Steve will attend Northeastern Uni- 
versity in the fall. He has plans of 
becoming a journalist. "Courage is 
the first of human qualities because 
it is the quality which guarantees 
all the others." 



ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; 
Band 3, 4; DeMolay 2, 3, 4 



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Michael R. Downing 

46 Greenwood Lane 
Vocational 

Going to the Vocational was a real 
experience for me. I hope that I 
can put it to good use. I met some- 
body special, too. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2: In- 
door Track 3 





Diane Dubie 

207 College Farm Road 

Business 

Diane can be found walking down the 
halls, laughing with Maryellen. Well 
you know how it is to be silly!! 

ACTIVITIES: F.N.A. 3 



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David A. Duddy 

229 River Street 
College 

Where has the tree gone, that 
locked earth to sky? What is under 
my hands, that I cannot feel? What 
loads my hands down? 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3, 4 
(President 4); French Club 2, 3, 4 
(V.P. 3, Pres. 4); National Honor 
Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Newspa- 
per Staff 4; Forum 3, 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 3; Teahouse of the August 
Moon; Miracle Worker; Interview; 
Celebration; Anything Goes; Mad- 
woman of Chaillot; Senior Review; 
Monkey's Paw 



Marilyn C. Eagan 

I 7 Copeland Street 

"Smiling Face" can be seen with her 
nose stuck in some activity or else wan- 
dering around Cabot with all her lead- 
ership experience, from captain of the 
cheerleaders to president of teen can- 
teen, she should go far. Keep smiling 
Mai. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Review; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4 (Captain); Teen Canteen 2, 
3 (Pres.), 4 (V. Pres.) 



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Donna Dubie 

207 College Farm Road 
Business 

"Friendship is the most precious 
treasure of all." Donna's pretty 
smile and sweet personality will 
carry her far into the business 
world. 



Jeanne Marie Dubie 

48 Lakeview Terrace 
College 

If her act in the Senior Revue 
didn't blow your mind, her person- 
ality will. She is never without a 
word, or two, or three. Nothing is 
ever boring with "Dube" around. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Ski 
Club 4 





Michael J. Dunne 

8 Center Street 
College 




David "Tex" Durno 

8 Weir Road 
College 

And in the End 
The Love You Take 
Is Equal to The 
Love you Make. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Club 3; Italian 
Club 2; Chess Club 2, 3; Biology 
Lab Assistant 4 



Kathleen A. Dwyer 

1 8 Kenmore Road 
College 

Kathy always sits near the phone 
awaiting a call. 





Michael T. Eastman 

106 Longfillow Road 
College 

Thank God that the wastec 
years of my life are drawi 
close! 

ACTIVITIES: German Club; 
Club; Forum. 



George Economo 

56 Graymore Road 
Business 

Thank God it's over!!! 



Belinda Emerson 




Nancy B. Edgar 

41 Upton Road 
College 

Don't run to the past searching for es- 
cape. Look at the present and accept 
reality. The future holds dreams that 
are unforeseen to us. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2: Drama 
Club 2: Chorus 3. 4; Senior Review 4- 
Mirror Staff 




Margaret Mary Edmunds 

68 Dale Street 
Business 

Go placidly amid the noise and 
haste, and remember what peace 
there may be in silence. I like you 
in spite of the one big difference 
between us. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Rep. 3. 4: 
Teen Canteen 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee: Senior Revue 



Donald R. Eisan 
Trapelo Road 
Business 



Carol Ruth Elander 

27 Galen Street 
Business 

And there are dreams to look for- 
ward to, and memories to look 
back upon 

ACTIVITIES: Canteen 3: Manager 
of the Swim Team 3, 4: Senior Re- 
vue: Chorus 2, 3 



Richard Anthony Ellis 
I 10 Sheffield Road 
College 

"I have never let my schooling in- 
terfere with my education.'' An 
avid hockey fan. Rich hopes to 
someday become a Bruins Season 
Ticket Holder. 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2 





Robert Emm«tH 



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Denise Ann Enik 

15 Newburgh Street 
Business 

You'll often see Denise walking down 
the hall, laughing with her friends 
Elaine, Randa, and Irma. 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball 2, 3; Ski Club 
2; Senior Revue 




Marlin Anthony Falone 
52 Jennings Road 
College 

The time has come 
When we must say our 

goodbyes 
And go our separate ways. 
. . . but I'll remember. 




Anne Marie Erickson 
89 Columbus Avenue 
College 

It is a true experience to love and 
be loved. Time will pass, but memo- 
ries will never be forgotten and 
emotions will never grow cold. 

ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 3; Sen- 
ior Revue 



Randa J. Erickson 

422 River Street 
Business 

You'll often see Randa with Denise, 
Elaine, and Irma talking loudly and 
smiling. She enjoyed her high 
school years and will miss the kids. 
We're sure they'll miss her also. 



Frank P. Everett 

2 I Lyman Street 
College 

Frank will remember his days at 
W.H.S. They were really thrilling 
and exciting. Frank is planning to 
go into the insurance business upon 
finishing college. 



James Fa hey 

37 Claremont Street 
College 

James likes Sociology class the best 
in his senior year. 




Lucy Ann Erba 

1 5 Barton Street 
Business 

If you're ever in need of a true f 
just give this personality-plus ser 
call. Lu will never forget those ! 
day nights, Woolworth's, bulldog 
the rest of the good times wi 
Con, and Deb. "Hey, Luann, — 
phone!!" 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball 3; Senio 
vue 




Donald Farnsworth 

145 Myrtle Street 
Vocational 

Also known as "Cal Custom," Fai 
zie plans to open a custom pa 
shop. He will always remember t 
"Voc" and the great times he h 
there. 



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Elaine Theresa Farrell 


Sheila Marie Farrell 


1 3 Derby Street 


Linden Street 


Business 


College 


"Those schoolgirl days of telling 


"If in the twilight of memory we 


tales and biting nails are gone, but 


should meet once more, we shall 


in my mind they will still live on and 


speak again together and you shall 


on." 


sing to me a deeper song." 


ACTIVITIES: Usherette Talent 


Kahil Gibran 


Show 2, 3; Usherette Senior Revue; 


ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue: Swim 


Drama Club 2 


Club 4 




iorge M. Faulfner 
Stow Street 
cational 



o Fei 

Hibiscus Avenue 
liege 

:TIVITIES: Italian Club 4; Italian 
mor Society 4 




Charles N. Faulstich 

14 Flagg Circle 
College 

"And it's a fair wind, blowin' warm out 
of the South over my shoulder. Guess 
I'll set a course and go." 

D. Crosby and 
S. Stills 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2. 3. 4: In- 
door Track 2. 3. 4: Outdoor Track 2. 3 
4; Homeroom Representative 2: A.V. 
Staff 4 



Bob Ferrazzani 
242 Linden Street 
Vocational 

My four years in prison 








Kenneth M. Ferry 






35 Kingston Road 






College 


Lois M. Ferro 






124 Summit Street 




This tall, dark, and handsome boy 


Business 




can usually be found in the gym 
practicing for the game he says HE 


"We are such little men 


when the 


is going to win. Kenny will go far in 


stars come out" 




the world when he leaves W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball Team 2. 3. 

4 




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Frederick James Ferson 

22 Lowell Street 
College 

A man for all seasons, Fred has 
achieved success in many of his ven- 
tures. As a student he had a sheen the 
computer failed to show. He strove, he 
fought, he conquered and hopes he 
left friends, not enemies behind. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Ecol- 
ogy Club 2, 4; Cross-Country and 
Track 4; Speech Festival 3 




Kenneth Festog 

3 Lincoln Circle Natick 
Business 



Barbara J. Foley 

I 14 Brewster Road 
College 

As I watched in complete silence a 
raindrop fell to the ground ... I 
hoped we would not leave, and as the 
raindrops began to fall with more con- 
sistency I wondered how this possibility 
had come about. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Tal- 
ent Show 2; Senior Review; Teen Can- 
teen Community Council 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep 2 



Susan Ann Fielding 

1767 Trapelo Road 
College 

Sue will always be remembered for 
her warm smile and personality. 
She can usually be seen with Kel or 
floating down the hall thinking of 
Kevin. Her future plans include 
Kevin and Chandler. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2; Talent 
Show 2, 4; Office Assistant 2, 3; 
Drama Club 2; G.A.P. 2; Chorus 3; 
Slave 4 



Muire Carleen Flynn 

66 Vernon Street 
College 

The woods are lovely dark and 

deep 

But I have promises to keep 

and miles to go before I sleep 

and miles to go before I sleep. 

Robert Frost 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




William S. Foley 

269 Dale Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2,3, 




Ronald For+e 

40 Brightwood Road 
College 



Ann M. Foti 

165 Villa Street 
College 

"Annie" can usually be seen run- 
ning between classes to catch a 
glimpse of Richie. She enjoys help- 
ing others and hopes some day to 
work with retarded children. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Student 
Council Class Treasurer 4 




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>ber+a French 

Princeton Ave. 
allege 

'erta" and the Wal-lex, "I don't want 
go to work" . . . and when you put 
rta and Robbie in one room, forget 

:TIVITIES: Basketball 2; Mr. Levey's 
ffice 2, 3; Nurses Office 3, 4; Drama 
ub2 




«ry Gagnon 

Lexington Street 
siness 

sry didn't like to be pushed around 
his teachers. 



Linda A. Foti 

165 Villa Street 
College 

Linda can be found riding around 
in Patty's gray Volkswagen singing 
songs from Senior Revue with Deb- 
bie. Nursing is in the future for this 
brown-eyed Senior. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3; 
Community Teen Council 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 2; Ward 
Rep. 4; House Office 2, 3; Senior 
and Junior Prom Committee 



Kathleen Fox 

334 Newton Street 
Business 

Kathy's ever present smile and vi- 
vacious attitude will long be re- 
membered by her friends at 
W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Library 2, 3. 4: Tennis 
3, 4; Golf 4 





Mary E. Furdon 

38 Floyd Street 
Business 

To change is to grow and to have 
changed often is to have grown 
much. 

Newman. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3: Mr. Neil- 
Ion's Office 4; Art VI Program 



Kevin Paul Furlong 
21 Wellington $treet 
Business 

Kevin plans to start his own bus 
ness. 




Paul A. Fuoco 
201 Newton Street 
College 

Paul can be found every morning at his 
corner talking with his gang. He will 
never forget the fire extinguisher inci- 
dent. 




Bob Gallagher 
59 EH.son Park 
College 

Bazooka Bob is always full of 
— including doing his homework once 
in a while. He wants his teachers to re- 
member that he reeKy did regret get- 
ting dismissed all those times fo r 
track meets. Surprise Bob! 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2 3 * 
door Track 2 3 4 Outdoor Track 



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Patricia Ann Gallitano 

595 Beaver Street 
College 

"Always keep your face to the sun- 
shine and your shadows will fall be- 
hind you." 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Heidi Lee Gallo 

17 Underwood Park 
Business 

Heidi is the center attraction for 
her friends while doing her Ernes- 
tine impression; one of the many 
she does so well. She can usually be 
seen with Nancie, Diane, Cathy, 
and Ellen. I'll see yah! 

ACTIVITIES: Library 2, 3; Talent 
Show 



Roberta Lee Galvin 

7 Gibbs Court 
College 



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You can always see Robbie in the 
Girl's Room between classes talking 
about Doug. She'll never forget home- 
room with Frenchie. 



Ellen Gale Gardner 

4 Mt. Ida Terrace 
Business 

Ellen, a great friend to have, is always 
riding around in her phevelle with Di- 
ane, Heidi, Nancy, and Kathy. She is 
well known for her operatic singing. 
"Remember, today is Friday." 



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Debbie Gaudet 

84 Guinan Street 
Distributive Ed. 

This popular senior can be found in 
the halls of W.H.S. with friends 
Mary and Jay, or wherever the ex- 
citement is. She plans a career as a 
Dental Hygienist. 

ACTIVITIES: D.E.C.A. 4; Softball 
3,4 




Diane Marie Gaudet 

77 Ellison Park 
College 

This senior can be seen riding 
around town with carload of 
friends. Her plans for the future in- 
clude teaching. Best of luck, Diane! 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2; Italian 
Club 2, 3, 4; Italian National 
Honor Society 4; Nurse's Office 4; 
Senior Revue 



Kurt T. Gardiner 

23 Wingate.Road 
College 

One hundred years from 
great-grandchildren will flip tf 
few pages of our glorious < 
and say, "I wonder if there's 
good on T.V." 



Linda Gargone 

87 Bacon Street 
College 

This slap-happy senior is alwa 
surprises and fun, but does 
who is who in the breadline. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 
Prom Committee 




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laine Margaret Gaudet 

2 Middle Street 
College 

ith 

very single solitary 

thing . . . 
lou 

pain a little . . . more 

yes 

hy lie to yourself? 
ho else ... is there? 





Bernard, Gilles 

Vocational 



Paulette M. Gauvin 

75 Adams Street 
Business 

Jello can either be found bombing 
around with Peg, Steph, and Den- 
ise, or at Mac's. She'll always be 
remembered for her pretty face 
and dud jokes. Good Luck! 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Pep 
Squad 3, 4 



Richard J. Gibbons 

34 Abbott Road 
College 

This versatile senior will always be 
remembered for his warm smile and 
jovial attitude. "Gibby" can usually 
be found riding around with Gary 
looking for excitement. Little things 
make Richard happy! 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2: Golf 3. 4; 
Audio Visual 3. 4; Senior Revue 




Joanne M. Gautreau 
125 Chestnut Street 
Business 

Joanne plans to get married after 
working as a secretary for a few years. 



Diana M. Giusti 
t0'/ 2 Sun Street 
Business 

Diana plans to further her educa- 
tion at Aquinas. She will always re- 
member Senior Revue. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Walter Glovaslcy 

8 1 Exchange Street 
Vocational 



Neil M. Goldberg 
7 1 Ravenswood Road 
College 



Walter plans to travel and enjoy life The important thing in life is not so 
before settling down to the Auto Body much where we stand, as in what direc- 
trade. Many thanks to Mr. Scimemi tion we are moving, 
and Mr. Cooke. I'll always remember _.„ _ . _ _ . _ 

my shadow. 'Roger.' ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2: Baseball 2 

3. 4: Senior Revue: Band 2 




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Charles Goulding 




Peter A. Green 

12 Hatherly Road 
College 

They are not long, the days of wine 
and roses. Out of a misty dream, our 
path emerges for a while, then closes 
within a dream. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3; German Club 
2, 3; Ecology Club; 4-W Club 



Randall Jay Goldsmith 

73 Copeland Street 
College 

"The search from truth is never 
ending." 



Gail Goodwin 

484 Lexington Street 



Joseph G. Graziosi 

I 8 Doty Street 
College 

God made Truth with many doors 
to welcome every believer who 
knocks on them. 

ACTIVITIES: Forum 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Debate 4; 
Russian Club 2, 3, 4 



Diane Marie Green 

18 Hiawatha Ave. 
Business 

Diane loved her three years at 
Waltham High, which is why she 
wanted to skip every other day. 
She can be seen with Jane, Heidi, 
Ellen, Nancy and Kathy. She always 
had a way to make us laugh. 



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Suellen Grantham 
387 Stearns Hill Road 
College 

The best way to secure future ha 
ness is to be happy as is rightfully 
sible today. 

Charles W. I 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4 




Joanne Gregoricus 

19 Temple Road 
Business 

Joanne is a great conversationalis' 
— always on the phone! She love; 
to ski and will take on any moun 
tain. You can always see her ridinc 
around in the "Blue Bomb" 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4; Choru: 
3 



(>mas M. Griffin 
! Warren Street 
liege 

low do you know the fruit is ripe? 
iply because it leaves the branch." 
Andre Side 




in A. Hagg 

Ellery Road 
liege 

in can be seen during his spare time 
ving his Harley around town, or 
king Big Mac's. His future plans in- 
de the National Guard and State 
ce. 

jrriVITIES: Football 4; Band 2; Cho- 
2; Dance Band 2. 




Regina Gross 

363 Weston Street 
College 

How can it be? 

To be what we are, 

Yet somehow change to something 

we did not w=int to be. 

ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band 2; Art 3 



Michael J. Guigno 

1 8 Dix Street 
Business 

Mike plans to attend the Henry O. 
Peabody School in Norwood to fur- 
ther his career in culinary arts. 'You 
can usually find Mike skiing or wan- 
dering through the corridors with 
Joey or Harry. 



Dee Dee Marie Hache 

I 35 Adams Street 

Future plans include attending a 
four year nursing school. She can 
usually be found behind the hand 
bag dept. at Grover Cronins. 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 2, 4 



Michael Haffey 

544 Waverly Oaks Road 
College 

If a man does not kee,p pace with 
his companions perhaps it is be- 
cause he hears a different drum- 
mer. Let him keep step to music 
which he hears however measured 
or far away. 

Henry David Thoreau 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Rep. 2. 3. 4 



Shirley Griggs 

325 Larchmont Avenue 
Business 

May things be always as pleasant as 
your thoughts. Be honest with yourself: 
that's who you sleep with every night. 




Lindsey Hale 

108 Warren Street 

College 

Lindsey s favorite memories of senior 
year were sociology, the girl s room, 
and 2:30. Her future plans ore going 
cross-country, and sharing a swinging 
bachelor-girl apartment with Judie and 
Gail. 



ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 
Club 2: Hot Lme 3 



Latin 



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Dorothy E. Halliday 

1061 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Dottie plans to attend Fisher Junior 
College where she will become a medi- 
cal secretary. 





Jeanine Hancock 

122 Bacon Street 
College 

Wherever there is trouble you can 
find this tall blonde senior. Her fu- 
ture plans include going to nursing 
school. We all wish you luck, Jea- 
nine. 

ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Office 2, 3, 4 



Thomas J. Hapenney 

103 Villa Street 
College 

"Hape" when not partying with the 
men is probably bombing around in 
Isabelle. His warm heart and bright 
smile will be remembered by every 
girl at W.H.S. Keep 'em guessing, 
Tom! 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




John B. Haroutunian 

I 16 B Goldencrest Avenue 



Ellen Harris 

70 Sheffield Road 



Lee Faye Harvey 

157 Temple Road 
College 

True happiness consists not in the mul- 
titude of friends, but in their worth 
and choice. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; M.I.A.C. 
2; Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4: Senior Revue; Reagle 
Players; Student Council 2, 3, 4 



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Deborah Ann Hart 

44 Oak Street 
Business 

Debbie plans to go on to bu 
school. 





John Hayes 

149 Robbins Street 
College 

When John is not on the basketb 
court, he is usually found drivi 
around town with Billy, Dave, a 

J.Q. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 
Baseball 2; Intramural Basketball 
3; Stage Crew for Senior Revue 




Glenn Headley 

I 77 Barbara Road 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2; 
Outdoor Track 



Wayne Headly 
1 77 Barbara Road 
College 



ichael J. Healy 

J Prospect Hill Lane 
jllege 

hard-working person, Mike tried his 
st at everything. 

;TIVITIES: Basketball Manager 2 



brence E. Heiser 

f Chestnut Street 
'ork-Study 

is popular senior will never forget 
b fun she had during the three years 



WHS. Mr. 

ir favorite. 



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5th 



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CTIVITIES: Nurses Office 2, 3 




Candy Heroux 

12 Brown's Avenue 
Business 

You give but little when you give 

of your possessions. It is when you 

give of yourself that you truly give. 

Kahlil Gibran 



Ann Hession 

95 Parkview Road 

College 

"It is only important to love the 
world ... to regard the world and 
ourselves and all beings with love, 
admiration, and respect." 

Herman Hesse 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2: Drama 
Club 2: German Club 2. 3; 
M.I.A.C. 3: Chorus 2. 3. 4: Girls 
Chorus 2, 3 4: Chorale 3. 4: Year- 
book Editor 4; Senior Revue 





Thomas William Heintz 
37 Chase Road 
College 

During the summer months. Tom can 
be found at Horseneck Beach holding 
a twelve ounce can. We are very cer- 
tain that Tom will be able to settle 
down to succeed in a musical career. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2: Ski Club 2: 
Senior Revue 



Moira Ann Hennessey 
91 Longfellow Road 
Business 

A perky grin and laughing eyes com- 
bine to make Moira a lovable girl, 
whom no one can forget. We hope 
she'll continue to liven spirits wherever 
she goes. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2 3 




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Marty Hietsch 

1131 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 

ACTIVITIES: Treasurer of Senior Class 




Janet Hoffmann 

I 36 Temple Road 
Business 

Really looking forward to the back- 
wards of the middle,, up by the side- 
ways to the front. Also would like to 
jive at the corner by the back towards 
the front facing outside by the inside. 





Carol A. Hillson 

50 Sartell Road 
College 

"To live is the rarest thing in the 
world. Most people exist, that is 
all." 

Oscar Wilde 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 2; Drama 
Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Chorus 4; 
Chorale 4; German Club 2; Talent 
Show 3, 4; M.I.A.C. 3; Senior Re- 



Vanessa J. Hodge 

14 Kenmore Road 
College 

I'm free — I'm free 
And freedom tastes of reality 
I'm free — I'm free 
And I'm waiting for you to 
follow me. 

The 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 



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Michael Hoover 

85 Bowdoin Avenue 
College 

My past three years at Waltham 
High School were boring, but I 
know I'll miss it in a few years. My 
future plans include college. 



Judith Howe 

71 Sheffield Road 
College 



George E. Higgins 

79 Charles Street 
College 

I'd just like to thank "Cardinal Puf 
and his dearest buddy Gregg-Bo< 
Schwartzy, who, along with his part 
before football games, made it 
worthwhile! 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3 




Judith A. Hollman 

141 Bright Street 

College 

Where am I going? I don't 

quite know. 
What does it matter where 

people go? 
Down to the wood where 

the blue-bells grow — 
Anywhere, Anywhere I 

don't know. 



A. A. Mi 



ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2, 3 




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Margaret Hogan 

130 College Farm Road 
Vocational 

Margaret is going to miss Rosie, 
Bunny, Peter, and the Caf. 



Linda Huber 

25 Marlborough Road 
Business 

"Give me the splendid silent sun 
with all his beams fulldazzling, give 
me solitude, give me nature. Peo- 
ple, endless, streaming with strong 
voices, passions, pageants, O such 
for me. O an intense life, full to re- 
pletion and varied!" 

Walt Whitman 

ACTIVITIES: House Office 4 



zabeth Hughes 

Main Street 
ege 

am not afraid of tomorrow, 
r I have seen yesterday 
d I love today." 

William Allen White 



3TIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, 3; Latin 
3; Ski Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2; Lab 
;sistant 3, 4; Senior Review; Year- 
ok Representative 2, 3, 4 






Mary Ann Hurley 

109 Myrtle Street 
Work Study 

Mary Ann hopes to find a happy 
future in marriage with Mull. She'll 
always remember her many friends 
at Stop and Shop. 



Susan Hurley 

I 3 Sterling Road 
College-Business 

I couldn't believe this day would 
ever come. 



srry Jean Ingersoll 

?0 Moody Street 
ollege 

e who is really kind 
Jan never be unhappy. 
ie who is really wise 

an never be confused 
Ie who is really brave 

never afraid. 



ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2 



Confucious 





Judie Hull 

28 Hardy Pond Road 

College 

For the past three years Judie could 
be found either in the girl's room or 
wandering around the corridors. Her 
favorites were Mr. MacDonnell and his 
Algebra II Class. Future plans include 
becoming a travel agent and seeing 
the world with Lindsey. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Rep. 2: Latin 
Club 2: Chorus 3. 4 




Michel lodice 
81 Milton Street 
Distributive Ed. 

"Sick Wolf said David Zilinkas. Re- 
member the B-3. Fingers and Ham- 
mond Rates! 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 



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Rosey Jeffers 

I 14 Harvard Street 
Business 

This girl will never forget the friends 
she has met during the time she was at 
WHS. 



Karen Johnson 

87 Hibiscus Avenue 
Business 

On weekends, Karen can usually be 
seen at the Drive In with Tom and the 
gang. She looks forward to becoming a 
bride in August. 



Joyce E. Jahrling 
470 Lexington Street 
College 

This giggling senior can usually be 
seen in the hall or walking home 
with her best friend Nancy. She is 
planning a career in nursing. She 
likes to sew and enjoys snowmobil- 
ing. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Jimi Jarvie III 

28 Plympton Street 
Work Study 

Jim is usually seen "hanging 
around" the girls' room waiting for 
Jayne. Other activities include in- 
dulging in higher qualities with Paul 
and Dennis. Enjoy! 




Edward Jigarjian 

56 Rosewood Drive 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Review 4; 
tling 3; Golf 4 



Judith Anne Joyal 

26 Douglas Road 
Business 

Judy, a girl with a great sense 
mor, can be seen in the hallways 
ing for laughs. She enjoyed the 
times at Senior Revue and plans 
come a Medical Secretary. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Kathy Ann Juliano 

12 Williams Street 
College 

Jules can be seen with her friends 
bombing home from the football 
games. With her bright smile and 
her warm personality, we're sure 
she'll make a great social worker. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3; Senior 
Revue 4; Italian Club 2; Chorus 4 



Steve Kaloyanides 

490 Forest Street 
College 

Steve enjoyed German with Miss 

Fryer. 

"Wer immer strebend sich bemuht, 

den kannen wir erlasen." 

Teil Faust 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3, 4 (Treas. 4); Russian 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres. 3); Ecology Club 
2, 3, 4; Forum 4; Stage Crew 




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Kamphaus 

often Circle 
ege 

future includes the Navy and then 
reer in Art. 

'IVITIES: German Club 2; Lan- 
3 e Lab 3, 4 



ricia M. Keefe 

Prospect Hill Road 
lege 

i cute blue-eyed senior known as 
mples" is usually seen with Linda, 
>bie, and Bessy (V.W.). Her favorite 
time is skiing. Future plans include 
iing. 

TIVITIES: Teen Council 2, 3, 4; 
ma Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Talent 
■w 2; Senior Revue; Softball 2 






Claudia Karr 

40 Pleasant Street 
Business 

I listen to the wind 
To the wind of my soul 
Where I'll end up well I 

think, 
Only God really knows 

Cat Stevens 

ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2; Crimson 
Crier; Yearbook Representative 3, 
4; Senior Revue 




Hugh Keegan 

50 Livingstone Lane 
Business 

Drew's sparkling personality shines 
brightest Saturday nights at the 
WHS dances. When not found with 
the Men, "The Old Man" can be 
seen getting up when the sun goes 
down. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue: Talent 
Show; Weight Training 



Mary T. King 

224 Temple Road 
Business 

Mary plans to go to work in an of- 
fice after graduation. You can al- 
ways see her running down the cor- 
ridor at the 2:30 bell from Mrs. 
Marr's class with Jo and Rose. 




Cathy Keenan 
38 Brewster Road 
Business 

If Kink" isn't laughing in the halls 
with the Kids, she's out having Chi- 
nese food with Ellen and Diane. 
She II never forget all the good 
times at WHS. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2: House- 
masters Office 2 



Patricia A. Kane 
66 Hatherly Road 
College 

"I wonder how long a hampster can 
breathe under water?' This future 
nurse will always remember Bio. II with 
Mr. Thorp. We wish her the best of 
luck at Mt. Auburn. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue: Latin Club 2: M.I.A.C. 2. 3: 
Nurses' Office 2. 3. 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 4 




Susan Mary Keefe 
141 Plympton Street 
College 

Remember, no one can make you feel 
inferior without your consent. 




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Rosey Jeffers 

I 14 Harvard Street 
Business 

This girl will never forget the friends 
she has met during the time she was at 
WHS. 




Laurie Kennen 

20 Nathan Road 
College 

Time is . . . 

Too slow for those who wait, 
Too swift for those who fear, 
Too long for those who grieve, 
Too short for those who rejoice, 
Time is not eternity. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 4; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Crimso- 
nettes 3, 4 



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Lorna Keith 

41 Cherry Street 
College 

First be a person who needs 

people 
People who need people 
Are the luckiest people 

in the world. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Ski Team 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Tennis Team 2 



Ellen Carol Kelley 

9 Robbins Street 
Business 

"To see a world in a grain of sand 
and a heaven in a wildflower. Hold 
infinity in the palm of your hand, 
and eternity in an hour." 

William Blake 

ACTIVITIES: Hospital volunteer 
with the Art Department in Pedia- 
trics at Waltham Hospital 




Patricia A. Kelley 

1 24 School Street 
College 

This lively senior promises that 
she'll never forget Mr. Thorp's Bio. 
II class and all the . laughs she had. 
Look out world! Patty wants to be- 
come a nurse. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2; Drama 
Club 2; Talent Show 2; Tennis 2. 



Frank J. Kennedy 

Middle Road 
Vocational 






Nancy Kelly 

3 I Cedar Hill Lane 
College 

"Kel" will always be remembere 
her friends for her big blue eye 
warm personality. Best of luck t 
Salle and with future plans. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2; G.A, 
Main Office 2, 3; Talent Show 
Senior Revue; Homeroom Repre: 
tive; Ward Representative 3; 
Auction 4 




Debbie Kershaw 

24 Banks Street 
Business 

This petite, green-eyed senior c< 
be found with Linda, Patty and tr 
rest of the gang. Her future drea 
is to grow a few more inches. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Pe 
Squad 4 



WSk 



ra 



ert Kershner 

/layall Road 
less 

is sometimes very quiet, but very 
snt and understanding. He was the 
et of numerous jokes and pranks by 
w students. Most of the time Bob 
•ficient, always getting an assign- 
t done. 

"IVITIES: Helping Young People 3, 




Koskinen 

untington Street 
ge 

g my three years at high school, I 
d the trumpet in the Waltham 
School Crimson Marching Band 
Concert Band. I plan to attend the 
>rsity of Massachusetts and go 
he field of conservation. 

IVITIES: Waltham High School 
son Marching Band and Concert 
2, 3,4 




Peter Kidd 

I I I Pine Hill Circle 
College 

How's Captain . . . sound. 

ACTIVITIES: Ecology Club 4 



Alanna Kewer 

9 Guinan Street 
College 

Alanna could be heard yelling, "Can't 
talk now. Gotta meet Frank!" When 
not with Frank, Alanna could be found 
with her sidekick Rosanne. She says, 
"Mr. Emerson is the greatest." 



Mary T. King 

224 Temple Road 
Business 

Mary plans to go to work in an of- 
fice after graduation. You can al- 
ways see her running down the cor- 
ridor at the 2:30 bell from Mrs. 
Marr's class with Jo and Rose. 



Gail M. Kokokidko 
152 Seminole Avenue 
College 

Gail is planning a career in nursing. 
Her friencHy smile will cheer all her 
patients. You can always see Gail 
walking down the hall with Susan. 



John Kokidko 

321 Prospect Hill Road 

College 

When John isn't on the ice practic- 
ing, or asking someone if they're 
going to the next hockey game, he 
can be seen hamming it up at the 
W.H.S. dances or teasing one of 
his friends. Loads of luck to this 
friendly senior. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball; Hockey 2. 3, 
4: Cross-Country 3 





Neil Kouyoumjian 
32 Turner Street 
Vocational 

My goal is to continue to increase the 
basic knowledge I have of the Auto 
Body Trade. Many thanks to Mr. Scim- 
imi and Mr. Cooke. 



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Frederick Krampits 

125 Lakeview Avenue 




Roland Kupriss 

2 Copley Avenue 




Joe Kwiatkawski (quaker) 
36-5 Garden Lane 
Vocational 




Kathleen A. Lally 

271 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

One of Kathleen's greatest efforts 
was trying to make it to school be- 
fore 7:50. Her hand language and 
cute personality will long be re- 
membered by the class of '72. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior -Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Revue; Senior House; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2; Soft- 
ball 4 



Dianne LaCrosse 

47 Potter Road 
College 

"We know what we are, but not 
what we may be." 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Yearbook Staff; Yearbook 
Rep. 2 



Frank J. Lamattina Jr. 
10 Colburn Street 
Distributive Ed. 

It was a nice stop on the way to 



ACTIVITIES: English Office 2, 3; 
Math Office 2; D.E.C.A. 4 




Linda Marie Lambert 

42 Derby Street 
College 

You will always find this witty girl 
laughing with Camille, Sara, Joyce, Al- 
ice and Joanne. Her favorite classes 
were English with Mr. Steinberg and 
gym with Joanne. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



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Donnie Lamont 
1 38 Woerd Street 

You can always find Donnie 
ing about in his Fleetwood 
hopes to be a millionaire if no 
a working class hero. He also 
well with s and s. 



mama 



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hn W. Landry 

Lunda Street 
>llege 

hn can be found taking in the sights 
wn by 218, after first lunch. His fa- 
■ite class is English with Miss De- 
ne. 

:TIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
II 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



Elaine Lang 

83 College Farm Road 
College 




Anne E. Landry 

I 18 Chestnut Street 
College 

Anne will always be remembered 
by the gang for her friendly per- 
sonality. She could always be seen 
bopping around in Lloyd Clyde. 
Best of Luck. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3; Talent Show; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Revue 



George J. Landry 

86 Summit Street 
College 

George plans on continuing his ed- 
ucation into the field of law. He 
likes sports, especially baseball and 
hockey. 




Dennis Lane 

647 Trapelo Road 

Vocational 




Stephen O. LaRonde 

57 Rockridge Road 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4 



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Susan La Rosa 

341 Warren Street 
College 

A career in nursing is in the future for 
this cheerful senior. Sue will long be re- 
membered by all her friends at W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 4; Italian Club 
2; Main Office 2; Business Office 2; 
Yearbook Rep. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 
4; Italian Tour; Drama 3; Musical Thea- 
tre 







Bruce Lawler 

22 Wilbur Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, 3; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; A.V. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4 





Ralph E. Larrabee 

14 Overlook Road 
Business 

Ralph intends to go into the 
Once out of the service he \ 
further his education in data 
ing and computers. 




Rosa Maria Lassalle 

25 Rockridge Road 
College 

"Sing and dance together 
and be joyous, 
but let each one of you 
be alone." 

Kahli 



Gibr 



ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3; 
Newspaper 2; Forum 4; Tutoring 3, 
4 



Dana W. Lashway 

Lexington Street 
College 

022-44-3935 

ACTIVITIES: Debate Team 2, 3, 4; 
Forum 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Ecology 
Action Group 2, 3; Harvard Model 
U.N. 3, 4; Forum Model U.N. 2, 4; 
Math Club 2, 3, 4; (Treasurer 2, 
Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4); Pieteens 2, 3, 
4; Waltham Red Cross; General 
Action Group 2; Drama Club 3; 
Soccer Team 2, 3, 4 





Albert G. Lawton 

I 7 Berkshire Road 
Distributive Ed. 



Kathleen Leach 

36 Washington Avenue 
Business 

"Never look down to test the 
ground before taking your next 
step: only he who keeps his eyes on 
the far horizon will find his right 
road." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; Senior Re- 
vue 



Camille LeBlanc 

44 Belton Street 
Business 

Camille plans to join the service 
and pursue a career in law enforce- 
ment. To all my friends at WHS 
Best of Luck in the future! 




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try J. LeBlanc 

Prospect Street 
otional 

flVITIES: Vice-President 4 




ph L. LeBlanc 

ceview Terrace 
ess 



Cathy LeBlanc 

85 Vernon Street 
Business 

Cathy can be seen anytime with 
Bobby. Her favorite teacher is Mr. 
Steinberg. She is interested in a 
business career. 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 2, 3 





Diane LeBlanc 

5 I Guinan Street 
College 

This pretty blue-eyed senior can be 
seen with Jeanine, Karen, and Di- 
ane looking for trouble. Her three 
loves are Steve, nursing, and Chi- 
nese food. Good Luck to a future 
nurse! 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 3. 4: 
Italian Club 3. 4; Italian National 
Honor Society 4 



Euclide LeBlanc 
36 Oak Street 
Vocational 

Take life as it comes. 



Gerald LeBlanc 

5 Mount Pleasant Street 

College 

He can always be found at "the 
Whopper" or going up and down 
Moody Street in his trophy winner 
(The Bug). He plans to become an 
accountant or computer program- 
mer. 



Gerard LeBlanc 

I 105 Lexington Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3: Intramu- 
ral 3; Senior Revue: Yearbook 
Staff; 4-W Club 





Linda LeBlanc 
85 Orange S* 
College 

A new day, a new way 
And new eyes to se*> hSa 

dawn. 
Go on your way 
I II go mine arid carry on. 

ACTIVITIES: Sk. Club 2 



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Vincent LeBlanc 

1 72 Adams Street 
College 



Nicholas Leeber 

I I I Hardy Pond Road 
Business 

Nick can be seen roaming the corri- 
dors with John, Macka, Spook, Paul 
and Joanne, not necelsarily in that or- 
der. Nick plans to go to school to be- 
come a chef. 

ACTIVITIES: A.V. 3, 4 



Roy LeBlanc 

71 Dobbins Street 

College 

After school, Roy can be found 
down at the cinema. 

ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 4; Mir- 
ror 4 



Thelma LeBlanc 

6 Mt. Pleasant 
Business 

This senior can be seen in the halls 
with Gail, Jerry, Barb, Kathy and 
Juliann. She is planning to go into 
the business field. 

ACTIVITIES: Library Aide 3; Sci- 
ence Office 3 





Virginia LeBlanc 

3 Noonan Street 
College 

Maybe tomorrow 



Donna Leger 

16 Wampum Avenue 
Business 




John Leger 

71 Lexington Street 
College 

Johnny wishes to pursue a law en- 
forcement career after a few years 
in the army. He plans to attend 
college for a few years after which 
he will shoot for the F.B.I. 

ACTIVITIES: Audio Visual 2, 3, 4 



Michael Leger 

18 Wadsworth Avenue 
College 

Mike plans to attend Massachusetts 
Bay Community College. Before 
school, he can be found in home- 
room reading the newspaper. 




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sncy Lenza 
Kendall Park 
allege 

is little senior is planning a career in 
rsing. Her main interest is horses. 
e can usually be seen with her best 
end Joyce. 

;TIVITIES: Senior Revue 4 




in Lillis 

Boynton Street 
allege 

m so embarrassed,'' screams Anne 
she runs down the hall. Her warm 
rsonality will bring her far in the 
Jd of nursing. 

3TIVITIES: Basketball 3; Softball 3, 
Senior Revue; Senior Prom Commit- 
e; Office Assistant 2, 3; Talent 
ow; Ski Club 2 




Richard Lenza 

65 Kendall Park 
College 

This senior is planning to go to Bentley 
College in the fall. He enjoys shooting. 



ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 3, 4: 
Club 



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Paul Leonard 

152 School Street 
College 

Paul can usually be found in the 
A.V. office with John and Nicky. 
Paul plans to attend Grahm Junior 
College and take up television 
production. 

ACTIVITIES: A.V. 2, 3, 4; Teachers 
Show 2 



Christopher Lewis 

93 Riverview Avenue 





Jayne Lincoln 
24 Vernon Street 
College 




Rose Marie Linihan 

I 15 Lexington Street 
Business 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses' Office 2. 3: 
Business Office 3 



John Link 

234 Temple Road 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2. 3. 4- North- 
east Distnct 2 3 4: Mass. All-State 
2: All Eastern 3: Mass. Youth Wind 
Ensemble 3. 4: German Club 2 3 

4 




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Susan Livermore 

17 Thornton Road 
College 

"Grief can take care of itself; but 
to get the true value of joy it must 
be divided with someone." 

Mark Twain 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3; 
Chorus 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; 
Chorale 4; Senior Revue 




Janice Long 

81 Lakeview Avenue 
Work Study 

Good-bye Hassels! 



Janis Linstrom 

I 33 I Trapelo Road 
College 

This pretty brown-eyed senior will 
do well in college because of her 
friendly ways and concern for oth- 
ers. Good luck at Bay State. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Talent 
Show; Senior Prom Committee; 
Homeroom Rep. 3; Gymnastics 




Richard A. Logan 

1 09 Taylor Street 
College 

This big blue-eyed boy enjoys wres- 
tling, pizza, the Chateau and being 
with Annie. 

ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 3, 4; A.V. 
2, 3 



Kathy Lituri 

I 78 College Farm Road 
College 

"Take your time, think a lot 
Think of everything you've got. 
For you will still be here 
tomorrow. But your dreams may 
not." 

Cat Stevens 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2, 4; 
Swim Team 4; Senior Revue 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Homeroom Rep. 
2; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Teen 
Canteen 2 




Connie Lombardo 

3 I Hamblin Road 
College 

Connie will always remember those 
"terrific" Saturday night dances 
and all the "long rides" she took 
with El, Lu, and Deb. What about 
that football game when they al- 
most got shot? Con will never for- 
get that one! 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; Drama 
Club 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Revue; Year- 
book Staff; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Volleyball 3 



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Kathy Logan 

68 Temple Road 
College 

"If a man does not keep pace witr 
companion, perhaps it is because 
hears a different drummer. Let 
step to the music he hears howi 
measured or far away." 

Henry David Thoi 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2; Senior Re' 
Intramural Tennis 4; Tennis 4 




Donna Lopez 

20 Wamsutta Avenue 
Business 

This blue-eyed girl is always seen 
walking down the halls talking and 
laughing with her friends. Her fa- 
vorite teacher is Mr. Collins. 



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et Lodoz 
Howard Street 
ributive Ed. 

her known as "Jay" this popular 
or can be found running down the 
5 to the girls room between classes 
h friends, Debbie and Mary or 
re the excitement is! 

TIVITIES: D.E.C.A. 





in Lutz 
iwton Place 
ributive Ed. 

big blue-eyed senior can be found 
friends Debbie, Nancy, and Diane 
r out of the halls of W.H.S. Sue 
s a career in Nursing. 

flVITIES: D.E.C.A. 4. 



Glen A. Lord 

36 Sparkill Street 
College 

I plan to become a pilot in the Air 
Force, traveling to many countries. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 3. 4 



Roger Lord 

67 Hillcrest Road 
Vocational 

Roger is known as the "Shadow" to 
Wally and Class. He does not want 
to be hung as Mr. Scimgmi would 
say. 



Kathleen M. Loughlin 

70 Longfellow Road 
College 

I have been taught how to live by 
some very special people. "I grew 
not necessarily straight, I bent 
sometimes, but never to the lowest 
branch." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3: Drama 
Festival; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2; Latin Club 2; Senior 
Revue 4; Talent Show 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; One-Act Plays 
3, 4 




Debbie Luke 

122 Temple Road 
College 

If a man does not keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it is be- 
cause he hears a different drum- 
mer. Let him step to the music 
which he hears, however measured 
or far away. 



Diane Lundy 

I 2 Bennett Street 
Vocational 





Thomas Lyons 



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Sue MacArthur 

169 Summer Street 
College 





William J. MacDonald 

22 Grove Road 



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Joe Malloy 

450 Trapelo Road 
College 



Frank Maloney 

30 Summit Street 
College 

"I have a dream that one day all men 
will be created equal." 

Dr. Martin Luther King 



Michael J. Machado 

3 16 Lincoln Street 
College 



Lorraine Maclnnis 

19 Thayer Road 
College 

"Look what they've done to my 
song." 



Michael Wayne Malone 

384 Weston Street 
College 

"Be not ashamed to say what you 
are, not ashamed to think." 

Montaigne 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; 
French Club 2, 4; Honor Society 4; 
Drama Club 2, 3 




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John Maloney 

I I Hobbs Road 
College 



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Peter A. Mancuso 

14 Curtis Street 
College 

At WHS I have learned that a student 
must have in mind both a personal and 
professional goal for his future. Good 
Luck, Peter W.! 

ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band 2, 3, 4; 
W.H.S. Studio Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Ital- 
ian Club 3, 4; Senior Revue; 4W Club 



Michael Mandile 

142 Charles Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; Studio Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 



James Mancuso 

151 Warren Street 
College 

"Beach" 




Paul R. Mancuso 

14 Curtis Street 
College 

Paul can be found in the Band 
Room, #103, or yelling "Large 
Meatball!" in Corrado s Sub Shop. 
His favorite class was Mr. Veins 
calculus class. 

ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band 2. 3. 4: 
W.H.S. Studio Orchestra 2 3 4: 
Italian Club 3, 4: 4W Club 





Steven C. Mancuso 
I 14 Charles Street 
College 

I should have been a pair of ragged 
claws scuttling across the floors of si- 
lent seas. 

T. S. Bot 

ACTIVITIES: Sw,m Team 2 3 4 (Tri- 
Captain): Senior Revue' 4W Cub 



Robert Manko 
103 Lake Street 
Business 



Edward Mann 
45 Rich Street 
College 

Eddy can be seen "D " Block play- 
ing cards in the Cafeteria with 
Frank, Mark, Barney, and Tom. Any 
other time he is a studious student. 
He plans to attend college after 
the service. 



Jeanette Manning 
28 Overlook Road 
Business 

She could always be seen laughing 
m the hallways with Testa. Sh*> 
|OyS English with Mr. Cr 




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Donna Mannion 

132 Pine Hill Circle 
Business 

"Silly" 




Albert Marqus 

1 2 I Alder Street 





Robert E. Maranian, Jr. 

59 Hobbs Road 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Band I, 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 3, 4 



Pamela Ann Marchese 

79 Bright Street 
College 

"I get by with a little help from my 
friends." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2; Ski Club 
2, 3; Drama Club 2; Senior Revue 




John Patrick Martin 

152 Trapelo Road 
College 

"J. P." . . . known for his Saturday 
night expeditions to the D.P.L. . . . 
will always be remembered for his 
warm personality and great sense 
of humor. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2 



Steven Martin 



Gayle Mara 

9 I Vernon Street 
College 

Think peace, love, and happ 
It's good for the spirit as wi 
the soul. 

ACTIVITIES: FTA 2, 3; Ski 
2,3; Drama Club 2, 3; Senior R 




Jane Marston 

50 Trapelo Road 
College 

"Rosa" can be seen walking c 
the halls of Waltham High w 
bag of cookies under her arm 
ing, "Psst, little girl ..." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3; J 
and Senior Prom Committees; 
ior Revue 




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ephen D. Mayo 

I Warren Street 
isiness 

3u might find "Everett" driving his 
ette through Vietnam with Mike sing- 
g "The Green Berets." Special 
>rces, among other things, lie in the 
ture. 



CTIVITIES: Rifle Team 2, 
'eightlifting; J.S.D.A.R.M. 



3, 4; 




imothy McAvoy 

Tolman Street 
ocational 

•rawing, with Mr. Russell, is my favor- 
e class. I enjoyed my three years here 
'ith "Gever," "Sully," and George P. 
will never forget my years at W.H.S. 
iood luck to all. 



Michael Masterson 
51 Candace Avenue 

Mike enjoyed the better things at 
Waltham High, such as A Block 
with 13. Beach days with Bud and 
the gang weren't bad either. An- 
chors away! He attended J.S.D. at 
R.M.'s. 



Karen Matheson 

203 Stearns Hill Road 

Business 





Joanne Mary Mazzeo 

4 James Street 
College 

This outgoing senior, alias "Jo-Maz 
the Spaz," can usually be heard be- 
fore she is seen. Her lively person- 
ality will take her far in a teaching 
career. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Peter Mazzone 

I I I Woerd Avenue 
College 

"He who claims to know all is a 
fool! He who knows naught and 
knows he knows naught is the en- 
lightened one, for his wisdom shall 
be great!" Peter's plans include 
commercial aviation. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2: Studio Or- 
chestra 2. 3. 4; Band 2, 3. 4: Ski 
Club 4 




Michael Mazzarini 
147 Russell Street 
College 

You can always tell Mr. Italy is near 
when you hear. Why. certainly! He 
hopes to go into the field of broad- 
casting. "Doc Mazzola. Curly." 
"Senior Patrol," "Hockey. Baseball, 
and Grahm. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball Manager 2 3 
4: Yearbook Editor 4: Senior Revue' 
Student to Student Drug Committee 




KathL«n B. McCar+liy 
91 Hamilton Road 
College 

Kathy S futur* plans includ* |Omir»g 
VISTA. Her favorites are I x>d 

and horsebac 



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Paula McCue 
107 Farnum Rd. 

Business 

"Magoo" or "P" will never forget her 
"B" Block gym class and the "big" Fri- 
day nights. Spazz and Pat always man- 
age to keep Paula going in work, by 
the daily chatter of W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 
2; Ski Club 2, 3 



Thomas McCullough 

98 Thornton Road 
College 

They're giving back our heads. "You're 
hurting yourselves, being in or up or 
down," they said. "How could we?? 
They had them all the time!" 




Kevin Duncan McCarthy 

60 Lakeview Ave. 
College 

"Little Buddy" or "Duncan" can be 
found during the winter months ski- 
ing in New Hampshire with Rocko, 
Barney, and Patricia. "Duncan" 
plans to attend either Yale or Bos- 
ton College in the fall. We wish 
"Kev" all the luck in the world, 
sleeping or awake. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3; Pagoda Club 4; 
Honor Society 2, 4 



Janet Marie McCauley 

16 Wilmot Rd. 
College 

Sometimes, when you least expect 
it, the past has a way of reaching 
out and tapping us on the shoulder 
just to remind us . . . 




ACTIVITIES: Softball 3, 4; 
ing Captain (St. Mary's) 



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Gail McDonald 

72'/ 2 Taylor Street 

College 

"I might, but I doubt it!' 



Vincent McDonald 

234 Ash St. 
Vocational 

Vinnie can usually be found doing 
"trigonometries" or gazing out the 
window. 



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Rebecca L. McCullough 

34 Wheelock Rd. 
College 

Keep what is worth keeping — 
And with a breath of kindness 
Blow the rest away. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, 4; Sen 
vue 4 



John McCusker 

I Chesterbrook Rd. 
College 

"We must sail sometimes with t ! 
and sometimes against it, but v 
sail and not drift, nor lie at and 
Oliver Wendel 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




orge McGeever 

i Lake Street 
rational 

th with Mr. Russell and shop with 
Stanley were George's favorite 
jects. 




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lliam MacKenzie 
3 Shirley Rd. 
liege 





Donna McGuigan 
27 Claremont Street 
College 

Donna's lively personality made her 
many friends at W.H.S. All of her 
good times were shared with Syl- 
via. Her future plans include col- 
lege. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 2; Ski 
Club 2; Senior Revue 4 




Kathleen Marie McLaughlin 
153 Villa Street 

College 

I am not afraid of tomorrow, 
for I have seen yesterday. 
And I love today. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2. 3 4: 
Drama Club 3: Senior Revue: Pep 
Squad 4: Junior Prom Committee: 
Senior Prom Committee 



Christine A. McHugh 

20 Brigham Road 
College 

No bird soars too high if he soars 
with his own wings. 

William Blake 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook (Literary 
Editor) 4: National Honor Society 
(Vice-President) 3, 4: German Club 
2, 3. 4; Latin Club 2. 3; G.A.P. 3. 
4: Ski Club 2, 3. 4: Yearbook Rep- 
resentative 2. 3, 4 



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Charles M. McGrath 

5 Rando Lane 
College 

Chuck, when not teasing Guntha. is 
usually causing trouble and checking 
out the sights with Tom and Dave. 
He will never forget Mr. Pizzi and Mr. 
Holihan. Watch out Hape! 




Barbara A. McLaughlin 
475 Trapelo Road 
College 

Hidden meanings and love s 

strange ways 
Keep me looking for more and more 
But all I fmd is that behind 
Each new door is another door. 

Carly Simon 





ACTIVITIES: Girls Basketball 2 3 


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Susan A. McManus 




34 Ravenswood Road 




Business 




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Nora Ann McMeninen 

95 Bowdoin Avenue 
College 

Nora can be found almost any time 
of the day in the music rooms or 
serenading someone in the hall. She 
hopes to go into Dietetics. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Chorale 3, 4 (Secretary 4); 
M.I.A.C. 2, 3; Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Crimsonettes 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ward Representative 4 



Martha Jane Meade 

3 I Douglas Road 
College 

"The Road goes ever on and on 
Down from the door where it 

began. 
Now far ahead the Road has gone, 
And I must follow if I can." 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President 4); French Club 2, 
3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Ski Club 3; 
Crimson Crier 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Forum (Secretary 4); 
National Thespian Society 3, 4; 
Reg. Drama Festival 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Yearbook Editor; Sensitive 
Humans 4 







Gary Medeiros 

71 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

When this handsome senior is not 
on the football field supporting the 
Hawks with one of his fine perform- 
ances, he can be seen with Naugh- 
ton boys making anyone nearby cry 
with laughter! 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 



Diane Mercurio 

71 Lake Street 
Business 

Diane and Rickey — that's all you ever 
hear. Diane has a good head and will 
probably make it someday, though fu- 
ture plans include Rickey. 





Adeline Marie Mega 

33 Bacon Street 
College 

"IS THAT ALL THERE IS?" 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Stu- 
dent Council Ward Representative 
3; Student Council; Recording Sec- 
retary 4; Chorale 3, 4; Photogra- 
phy Club 4 




Cheryl Menard 

62 Vernon Street 
Vocational 

I hope to meet people as fine as 
those I have known at W.H.S. Best 

of luck to all in future years. 




Martha Jane Meehan 

72 Shirley Road 
College 

We are sailing away on a r 
sea, Maybe you and me 
again. We are riding, on 
singing someone else's song. 

ACTIVITIES: Band I, 2, 3, 
Club 4; Celebration 3; Ge 
2, 3, 4; Sensitive Humans 4 




Elena Mercurio 

8 Prospect Street Avenue 
Business 



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ynne Marie Merrill 

6 Florence Road 
usiness 





arles Millian 
Allen Road 

liege 

srlie could always be seen causing 
jble in homeroom with Mr. Jacobs. 
i wish lots of luck to this crazy sen- 
ior years to come. 




Carol Ann Merritts 
I 10 Woerd Avenue 
College 

Everybody has dreams. They don't cost 
a dime and they don't take up space 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2: French 
Club 2; Spanish Club 3: Latin Club 2. 
3: Chorus 3, 4; Gymnastics 3. 4: Tennis 
2: Volleyball 2. 3. 4 (J.V.) 



Janet Louise Merrullo 
5 Chase Road 
Business 

Janet plans to be a legal secretary. 



Judy Messina 

82 Marianne Road 
College 



Estelle (Cookie) Michelson 

43 Jacqueline Road 
College 

. . . There's a very thin line 

Between lovers and strangers 

We live together 

Not because we're afraid 

Of living alone, 

But because it's so good 

living together . . . 

Dick Summer Lovin Touch II 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 2.3, 4; 
Student Council 2; Debate 3; Fo- 
rum 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; 
"Miracle Worker;'' Anything. 
Goes;'' "Interview" — Stage Man- 
ager; Crimson Crier 4; Audio Vis- 
ual 4 



Patricia Ann Milioto 
1 5 1 Felton Street 
Business 

Pat plans a career in the world of 
business. She will never forget her 
friends at W.H.S. 




Barbara Milk 

I I Windsor Terrace 

College 



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Richard Milton 

122 Warren Street 
College 

Razors pain you, 
Rivers are damp. 
Acids stain you, 
And drugs cause cramps. 
Guns aren't lawful, 
Nooses give, 
Gas smells awful, 
You might as well live. 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 2, 3, 4 (Tri- 
Capt. 4); Chorus 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 2, 4 



Deborah Muise 

I 7 McKenn Street 
Work-Study 

Debbie can always be seen in the girls' 
room with Diane, Nancy, and Susan 
having a cigarette between classes. 
She intends to continue working after 
graduating. 





Annemarie Moran 

100 Morton Street 

College 

"The water continually flowed and 
yet it was always there; it was al- 
ways the same and yet every mo- 
ment was new. 1 ' Love to Karansa- 
ganza, Garibaldi, Peterzoni, Bloop, 
Lop, and the Council. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 2, 4; Student Council Rep. 2; 
Student Council Pres. 4; Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.P. 
2; Sensitive Humans; Drug Com- 
mittee 



David Paul Mosman 

29 Chase Road 

College 

The little innocent "Moss" can al- 
ways be seen directing traffic or 
watching out for picture windows 
on his happy weekends with the 
guys. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Joyce Morgan 

832 Moody St. 



Dianne Muise 

92 Princeton Avenue 
College 

Fear less, hope more; eat less, chew 
more; whine less, breathe more; talk 
less; say more; hate less, love more; 
and all good things are yours. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Ski 
Club 3; Senior Revue 





Steven Moore 

66 Crestview Road 
Vocational 

"Cookieman!" THINK SNOV] 
thing except school). 




Deborah A. Mula 

37 Potter Road 
College 

"Debba," who's known fc 
warm personality, has those 
eyes looking towards college 
first stop after graduation, 
ever be afraid to smile and n 
friend!" 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; I 
Club 3; Prom Committee 3, A 
ior Revue; F.T.A. 3, 4; Mirror 



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Tom Muldoon 

19 Hagar Lane 
College 

Finally, four long years are over. 
Plenty of studying and work but at 
last the end is here. I enjoyed most 
of it. 

ACTIVITIES: Audio-Visual 2. 3, 4 



Charles Mullaney 

1235 Trapelo Road 
College 

"Ho Ho Ho" 

May Cha-Cha live forever!!! 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 3. 4; Cho- 
rale 3, 4; Senior Revue: Anything 
Goes; Reagle Players: Talent Show 
4 




Hester A. Mullen 

H Villa Street 



Ian Murphy 

Lexington Street 
allege 

ian likes basketball. He can be found 
the Boy's Club with Wes! 

CTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Base- 

2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3 





Janice Lee Murray 

29 Albemarle Road 
Business 

Janice enjoyed English with Miss 
Holland. Billy, John and Cur! 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Karen Ann Murray 
40 Pond Street 
Business 

Karen will always remember Senior 
Revue and the last show as Officer 
Murray with Timmy and Cul. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Kevin Mulvaney 
288 Beal Road 
College 

Kevin hopes to become a physical edu- 
cation major and go on to teach in 
Waltham if he graduates. If not he 
hopes to enjoy school anyway. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2 3 4- Basket- 
ball (Intramural) 2 3 4- Football 2: 
Senior Revue: Talent Show 4: Drama 2 
3. 4: Student Council: Yearbook Co- 
Editor 4: Weight Lifting 2 



Adrian Murray 
57 Virginia Road 
College 

I've always planned to go to college 
but the closer I get to it the further 
away it seems. And if I get there I'll 
maior in journalism. If you re ever look- 
ing for me. just check in any history 
book because as Friedrich Hegel said 
Great men are the tables of contents 
of mankind. 




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Lynda Myshrall 

23 Chester Lane 
Business 




Kenneth E. Nadeau 
38 Bennett Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 3, 4 



Maureen Caroline Nardone 
I 76 River Street 
College 

"Whatever you can do, or dream 
you can, begin it . . . 
Boldness has genius, power 
and magic in it." 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2; French 
Club (Treasurer) 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 4; 
Spanish Club 4; National Honor Soci- 
ety; Senior Revue; Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 
4; This Week at Waltham High 4; Ital- 
ian National Honor Society; Mr. Belli- 
veau's Office 4 





John F. Napoli 

132 Trapelo Road 
College 

Jack can be found driving his 
"black bomber" slowly up the hill 
and in the summer with his trusty 
board "Shane" close in hand. Al- 
oha — Jack 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Senior Re- 
vue; Ski Club 2; Senator 2; Home- 
room Representative; Intramural 
Basketball 4; Weight Lifting 



Paul A. Naughton 
I Brookway Court 
College 

Paul likes taking his time on the 
way to school and to classes. Draw- 
ing and sports are two of his hob- 
bies — Good Luck to Everyone! 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 



Paul Nedza 

22-D Hansen Road 
Vocational 

During school you can always find 
me fooling around with Charlie and 
Jay. 



Dolores Nigro 

420 Forest Street 
College 

Don't slip away, Oh no — d< 
away. Now that you're he 
should let it happen. Too man 
behind us, not to be forgottei 
let this world ahead be feare 
do the best years in life face 
row? Let's face our life and 
today. 





Dennis Naughton 

I Brookway Court 
College 



... Den 
Paul, Bobl 



"Nugget Naughton 

be seen with Gary, 

Dan Kelly escaping from the p 

2:30. His future plans include cc 



ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Society; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; < 
Club 




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: er B. Noble 

i.'Cedar Hill Lane 
■lege 

i can only be understood back- 
<tds, but it must be lived forwards. 

' TIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3; Ski 
lb 2, 3; Tennis Team 3, 4; Rifle Club 
ienior Revue 




irlorte O'Connell 

Cross Street 



ness 



Chuck Nestor 

45 Winter Street 
College 

Chuck likes baseball. He can often 
be found at the Boys' Club with 
Brian and Gary and Schwartz. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intra- 
mural Basketball 4 




Guy T. Novello 

12 Lowell Place 
College 

Guy can usually be seen walking 
down the hall to meet Kathi or 
playing the piano in the practice 
rooms. He hates long lunch lines 
and the traffic at 2:30. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2. 3, 4; 
Drama Club; Band; National Thes- 
pian Society 







William P. Ne+t 

14 Oakley Lane 
College 

"Her majesty will not stand beside 
such lowly men ... a rider is sent 
for the message, but he is promptly 
done in . . . the little men dare ap- 
proach to tell of the plot . . . but 
by now the king is locked in the 
castle as likely as not." 

A. A. J. in Chess Review 

ACTIVITIES: Chess 3. 4: Italian 
Club 2, 3; Honor Society; Lab As- 
sistant 3 




Bob O'Brien 

59 Sartell Road 
Business 

Bob plans on entering the Service 
when he gets out of school. 




Jean Marie Nolan 
97 South Street 
Business 

Friendship is hanging around with 
Linda and Annette. 

ACTIVITIES: Sewing 




Richard O'Dea 

10 Trinity Circle 

College 

The last period of Richards Ju 
year was his best. 



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Joseph O'Keefe 

285 Newton Street 



Karen Danielle Omobono 
I 3 Leitha Drive 
College 

Omo can usually be seen takina a 
ride through the city or dancing 
her way through the halls of 
W.H.S. with Marian, Diane, Con- 
dorelli, or Sano. This year Karen 
has proven to certain people that 
she has guite a flare for decorating 
cars. Bananas, Bananas!! 

ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Ski Club 2; 
Drama Club 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; House Office 2; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Ward Rep. 3 



JoAnne Olsen 

9 Hawthorne Road 
College 

"If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because he 
hears a different drummer. Let him 
step to the music which he hears, how- 
ever measured or far away." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Secretary 4; 
Chorale 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2, 4 



William O'Reilly 

I 19 College Farm Road 
Distributive Ed'. 





Philip J. Orifice Jr. 

28 Galen Street 
College 

I like food a lot and I like to play 
the drums. People always say to me 
"slow down or you'll crack into a 
wall." I plan to attend college. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2; Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4 



Earl H. Osborn 

21 I Hammond Street 
College 

Earl is interested in all sports. He 
likes skiing in the winter. His plans 
include entering college in the fall. 
He plans on a career in law. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2 




Joanne M. O'Reilly 

I 19 College Farm Road 
College 

The Devil made me do it. 



Tony Orifice 

88 Princeton Avenue 
College 

Tony is known to friends as 
He enjoys baseball and Ital 
He would like to thank Mr. I 
making him the first senior t 
ninety-day study — pack it in 




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nnie Ouellet+e 

2 Pine Hill Circle 
liege 

quiet person often speaks less with 
tongue and more with his heart.'' 

mVITIES: German Club 2; Track 3, 




sphanie A. Pacheco 

69 Trapelo Road 

pllege 

)rash" and the gang will long be re- 
imbered for stirring up trouble wher- 
9r her yellow baracuda took them — 
m "the hill" to New Hampshire on a 
w Sunday night. 

ZTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Talent 
ow 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2; 
lorus 2; Pep Squad; Prom Commit- 
5 3; Gymnastics 3 






Nancy M. Ouellet+e 

40 Wetherbee Road 
College 

"In the life of man, the most essen- 
tial thing for happiness is the gift 
of friendship." Nancy plans to at- 
tend college and pursue a teaching 
career. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorale 4; Chorus 4; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 
3, 4; T.E.A.F.O.L. Volunteer 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 



Richard Owens 

18 Pearl Street 
Vocational 

If you're not happy with what 
you're doing don't do it; for happi- 
ness is what life is lived for. Rick 
plans to eat out more often. 

ACTIVITIES: Electronics 




William Palmer 

25 Temple Road 
College 



Carol A. Palmiotto 
73 Kingston Road 
College 

Happiness is as a butterfly, which, 
when pursued is always just beyond 
your grasp, but which, if you will sit 
down quietly, may alight upon you. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 2. 3 4: 
Latin Club 2. 3: French Club 2 3 
4; Student Council 4: Senior Re- 
vue: Yearbook Editor: Drama Club 

2 3 4: Crimson Crier 3 4; G.A.P. 

3 4: Ski Club 2 3 4: Forum 3 4: 
Sensitive Humans: Senior House 
Office 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4 



Margaret A. Ouellette 
53 Clements Road 
College 

"And in the end 
The love you take 
Is equal to 
The love you give. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 3: Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Reagle Players: Senior Re- 
vue; Drama Club 3: Spanish Club 3: 
French Club 3: Future Teachers 4 




Gary Palmer 

127 Whitman Road 

College 

Gary will be remembered for his many 
flights down the corridors of W.H.S. 
muttering lines like I don't care who 
you are. get your reindeer off my 
roof." 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2 3 4: Wres- 
tling 3 




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James Papia 

626 Moody Street 

Vocational 

I got by with a little help from my 
friends. 



Kathy Palumbo 

92 Potter Road 

"Today is the first day of the rest 
of your life." This bubbling senior 
will always remember her famous 
line in the Senior Revue, "I forget." 
Kath can be found eating Chinese 
food with Carol, Pat, and Wade. 
Good luck K.R. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Tina I. Pandolfi 

25 Reyem Street 
College 

"Some men see things as they are 
and say 'why?' I dream things that 
never were and say 'why not?' 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 4; Ital- 
ian Club 3; Basketball 3; Ecology 
Club 4 





Steve Parrish 

34 Curtis Street 
College 

I hope that leaving school wil 
arate friendships that were en 
high school. 

ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 
Prom Committee; Student C 
Senior Revue; Talent Show; Y 
Staff 




Carmen P. Patuto 

52 Cedar Street 
College 

We must all strive for truth. No matter 
what goes wrong, truth is always pres- 
ent. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Student 
Council 2; Lab Assistant 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2 



Chuck Par+ain 

326 Newton Street 



Carl S. Passerello 
20 Dexter Street 
Vocational 

Carl's sports are football, baseball, 
hockey and he likes to play pool in 
the winter when he is not playing 
the other sports. 



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George Paquette 

68 Old Conn. Path, Wayland 
Vocational 

One of my sayings, "you lose" 
the pond . . . waterskiing . 
trips . . . fights . . . parties 
enjoyed making class A — I fi 
ture. 



mes B. Pederson 
2 Dale Street 
siness 

there was an award to be given out 
eaving school more often than any 
ler person Jimmy would receive it. 
anager training for Kings Dept. store 
lis next step. 

TIVITIES: A.V. Staff; Talent Show; 
WClub 




nthony F. Pilla 
Pinehill Circle 
siness 

>omething worth doing, is worth do- 
3 well." Tptp plans a career in con- 
uction. 

CTIVITIES: Senior Revue; Chorus 2. 
4; Chorale 3. 4; Boy's Glee Club 3, 
Student Council 2. 3; Football 2 




Paulette Pelletier 

19 Chamberlain Terrace 

Business 

This popular senior can be heard 
yelling down the hall to Joyce, Ca- 
mille, and the gang. Her sincere 
smile will get her far in the business 
world. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Shelley Frances Perron 
2206 Stearns Hill Road 
College 

I shall not pass this way again. Any 
good thing that I can do or any 
kindness that I can show, let me do 
it now. Let me not defer it or neg- 
lect it for I shall not pass this way 
again. 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Basketball Manager 
3; Senior Revue 



Rosanne B. Picariello 

74 Woodland Road 
Business 

This popular senior can always be 
seen with a smile on her face. Rosa 
is noted for her out-going personal- 
ity and kindness towards people. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Kathleen Pidgeon 

88 Hibiscus Avenue 
College 

Happiness is . . . strive to be 
happy! Make a friend! Mama! A- 
107. 1971-1972. KaThy plans to 
study Business Education. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3. 4: Chorale 
3, 4; M.I.A.C. 3: Spanish Club 3 4 
French Club 2: Drama 2. 3: Music 
Theatre 4; Drama Club 2. 3: Senior 
Revue; Anything Goes 3 




Bev Pelletier 

162 Summer Street 

Business 

When not with Chris. Bev could be 
found doing crazy things with Mary Jo 
and Lorna. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Donna Pilla 

40 Pierce Street 

College 

Oof! Donna can be seen roa- 

around town in her heavy chevy • 

Gail Cappa Lorraine Angie S*c 
and Mo. 

ACTIVITIES: Science Dept. 2: Nurses 
Off.ce 2 3 4 



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David Pintabone 

Mil Main Street 
Vocational 

Pinto "72" 





Norman Paul Poirier 

98 Milton Street 
Vocational 



Pamela Joy Porter 

177 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Diane Marie Poulin 

53 Walnut Street 
College 

Diane enjoys being with people. Wish 
her luck in her career as a nurse. 

ACTIVITIES: General Action Program 
2; Guidance Department 2; Language 
Office 2, 3, 4 




Judith Elizabeth Polk 

39 Fairmont Avenue 
College 

Kindness in words 

creates confidence, 
Kindness in thinking 

creates profoundness, 
Kindness in giving 

creates love. 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Forum 3, 4; Chorus 4 



Debra Jean Post 

297 Lake Street 
College 

I am crucified with Christ; never- 
theless I live, yet not I, but Christ 
liveth in me. 

Galatians 2:20 




Cynthia Poirier 

39 Berkley Street 
Business 

Cindi is friendly and socic 
takes each day as it comes, h 
plans are to become a secrete 





Timothy E. Powers 

54 Albemarle Road 
College 

Tim, when not with "the ge 
bombing around in his Pinto, 
seen eating all three lunches, 
those meaningful talks in A.V., 
dering the halls at almost an\ 
the day. He also gave som> 
birthday parties for friends. En 
Arby's Turkey. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 
rale 2, 3, 4; Student Counc 
French Club 3; Talent Show 
Senior Revue; Yearbook; A.V 
Crimson Crier 2, 3, 4; M.I.A.< 
4-W Club; Reagle Players 



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n Michael Procyk 

25 Trapelo Road 
allege 

is handsome senior will long be re- 
smbered for his many talents on the 
>ge. He can always be seen with his 
jekicks Tommy and Dave, the Three 
ooges. Jan rates high on everyone's 
r and his warm personality will lead 
m far into the future. 

:TIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2, 
4; Senior Revue; Talent Show 2, 3, 
Chorale 3, 4; Reagle Players 2, 3, 4; 
>ys Chorus 2, 3, 4; Anything Goes 



imes Pullano 
I Whitman Road 
ollege 

m's profile can be found on the side 
' his face. His favorite activity was 
aying doctor with his nurse Linda in 
10. Jim plans to follow a medical ca- 
ier. Good Luck "Doctor Jim." 




Marjorie Priest 

37 Cleveland Road 
College 

"If you wish to be a successful 
communicator in life; remain 
silent." If you ever want to find her 
she'll either be working in the Main 
Office or out with Bob. 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 2; Volleyball 

2, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Talent Show 

3, 4; Senior Revue; Teen Council 4; 
Pep Squad 3, 4 



Donna Jean Priestman 
61 Mountain Road 
College 

I have often asked myself the rea- 
son for the sadness in the world 
where tears are just a lullabye. If 
there's any answer maybe love can 
end the madness. Maybe not, but 
we can only try. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4; Drama 
Club 4 





Randall H. Pyrro 

Vocational 



John R. Qualters 
17 Hardy Street 
College 

This lively short senior can be seen 
bouncing the old basketball up the 
court. He will always be remem- 
bered for his friendly ways. Good 
Luck in the Future J.Q.I 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 4: Baseball 
4- Senior Revue 



Joyce Proia 

374 Newton Street 
Business 

Why not" is this smiling seniors fa- 
vorite saying. Joyce can usually be 
found trying to open her locker or with 
her friends. Her favorite class is sociol- 
ogy with Miss Collins. She plans a ca- 
reer in dental assistance after gradua- 
tion. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Arlene M. Purchase 
12 Wall Street 
College 

Go quietly amid the noise and haste 
and remember what peace there may 
be in silence. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2 German 
Club 3: Forum 3: G.A.P. 2 3 4 




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Debra Queen 

I 5 Walton Street 
Business 

There will never be another time like 
there is . . . now. 

ACTIVITIES: Future Secretaries 2, 3; 
French Club 3 





Martin L Quinn 

107 Riverview Avenue 
College 

Marian will remember her locker 
that never closed, Mrs. Carney's 
P.O.D. class, Cindy, root beer pop- 
sicles, studies with Lynne and 
dimes, during her three good years 
at W.H.S. 



Mark Quinn 

17 Caldwell Road 
Vocational 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Rifle Team 
2, 3, 4 



Leslie Ann Quinn 

2 1 Pierce Street 
College 

You've been there, you remei 
that special place, where or 
once in your crowded sunlit 
you hid away in the shadows ■ 
tyranny of time . . . 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball 3, 4; C 
Chorale 4; Drama Club 2, 3 
Youth Group 




Bill Quirk 

24 Seminole Avenue 
Vocational 





JoAnn Rao 

1 26 Totten Pond Road 
College 

"And in the end 
The love you take 
Is equal to 
The love you give." 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Housemasters Office 2, 3; Talent 
Show 2, 4; Senior Revue; Teen 
Canteen 4; Drama Club 2; Chorus 
4 




Linda Ravalli 

648 Trapelo Road 
College 

"What's life?" "It's only a maga- 
zine." 

"How much does it cost?" 
"It costs only a quarter." 
"Twenty-five cents? I've only 

got a nickel." 
"That's life ..." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rale 3, 4; Talent Show 2; Senior Re- 
vue; Swim Team Manager 3, 4; 
M.I.A.C. 2; Summer Theater 2; 
Girls Swim Club 4; Girl's Chorus 2, 
3, 4 



Kenneth Ralston 

43 Cherry Street 
College 




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Nancy Rea 

55 Graymore Road 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Debate Team 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; French Club 3; 
Gymnastics 3; Sensitive Humans 4 



Maureen T. Reddy 

47 Milner Street 
College 

Let me be as the ocean tide. 
Free to come, free to go, with 

nothing to hide. 
As high as I be, as wide 

as I span, 
Let me be free to be who I am. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Hot 
Line 3, 4: One Act Plays 2: The 
Crucible 3: Senior Revue: Youth 
Group 4; C.Y.O. 2, 3: Waltham 
School Drug Policy Committee 3, 4 



»ggy Reed 

I Greenwood Lane 
liege 

eaven help the children. 

CTIVITIES: Volleyball 2, 3; Field 
ockey (Captain) 4; Forum 3; German 
ub 2, 3; Gymnastics Club 3, 4 




Joan Anne Reilly 

32 Thornton Road 
College 

"Friendship improves happiness, 
and abates misery, by doubling our 
joy, and dividing our grief." 

Joseph Addison 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2. 3: 
Spanish Club 3, 4: French Club 3: 
Chorus 3 



Joseph Ribeiro 
105 Greer Street 
Business 

HALLELUJAH! 

ACTIVITIES: History Club 3: J.A. 
4 



laude Richard 

) Moore Streei 
scational 

hope to become successful in auto 
)dy work. 





Thomas J. Regan 
63 Summit Street 
College 

Our future is bound only by the limits 
of our imaginations. Therefore if you 
believe in yourself you can achieve 
anything. 

ACTIVITIES: Class President 3 4 
Hockey Team 2. 3: Honor Society 3 4- 
Prom Chairman 3. 4: State Govern- 
ment Day 4: Latin Club 2: Ad Hoc 2- 
Yearbook Representative 2 3 4- Sen- 
ior Revue: Drug Committee 




Paul J. Richard 
104 Villa Stree' 
College 

Ideas are not to be 
thought but lived. 



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ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2 3 

Club 2 3 4 

Club 4: This Week at Walth* 

* National Honor Soop 'sss. 

Drama Festival 3 * 

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Ted Ricketts 

233 Temple Road 
College 

Les Canadiens sont la. 

ACTIVITIES: High School Band 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4; High School Stage Band 3, 
4; 4-W Club 



Gary Rigoli 

39 Melody Lane 

College 

Gary can be seen with John, or down 
in the wood shop. He doesn't miss a 
Bruins' game. His life revolves around 
Julie and he makes plans for them af- 
ter his graduation from Bentley Col- 
lege. He plans a future in the Account- 
ing field. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2 




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Gary Richardson 

206 Adams Avenue 
College 



Joseph Richardson 

91 Hillcrest Street 
College 

I had a good time at Waltham 
High. What hurt this good time 
was waking up. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Track 2, 3; 
Ward Representative 4 





Thomas Riggs 

22B Dermody Road 
Business 

Tommy will be long remerr 
his witty remarks and outgoi 
ality. When not with Barb, 
seen playing cards with the b 



James M. Rigoli 

55 Loretta Road 
Business 

He likes hunting, fishing, an 
on cars. 



Jean Rigoli 

I I Plympton Circle 
College 

Everyday the trees grow, fractions 
of inches more, in the upward di- 
rection reaching higher and higher 
for completeness. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 3, 4; Senior Revue; Nurse's 
Office 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 4; 
Softball 2 



Michael P. Rigoli 

78 Amherst Avenue 
College 




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oe Rizzo 

19 Longfellow Road 
College 

n this world just long 
carefully the second 
I am most certain of 



have lived 
nough to look 
rne into things 



ie first time." 

CTIVITIES: Golf Team 3, 4; Ski Club 
; Soccer 2; Newspaper 2; Photogra- 
hy Club 2; Intramural Basketball 2; 
ierman Club 2; 4-W Club 





cquelyn M. Robinson 

Mokema Avenue 
illege 

ove is never having to say you're 
■ry." 




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Diane M. Robards 

42 Piedmont Avenue 
Business 

Love is always being honest with 
each other. I'll never forget S.J.M. 
and all the others. 



Cindy Roberts 

74 Hillcroft Road 
Business 

Wherever you see Joe. Cine 
won't be far away. 



Diane J. Rodes 






22 Chatham Lane 






College 






"Love is for sharing. 


not for own- 


Enith Roe 


ing." 




287 Grove Street 



ACTIVITIES: French Club 2: News- 
paper Staff 2; Talent Show 2, 4: 
Senior Revue 



Paul R. Rizzo 
199 Felton Street 
College 

You should be kind to your fellow man. 
for you know not of his woes. Those 
who say "why'' are realists. Those who 
say "why not" are thinkers. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey Team 3: Studio 
Orchestra 2 3 4: Band 2 3 4 Senior 
Revue: Student to Student Drug Com- 
mittee: 4-W Club 





Patricia A. Roche 
I 33 Lincoln Street 
College 

Don t part with your illusions. When 
they ore gone you may still eiist but 
you have ceased to live. 

ACTIVITIES: French 2 3 

3 4: Library 2 3 Senior Revue Mirror 

Staff 




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Joe Rogers 

70 Alder Street 
College 

"Yes there are two parts you can 
go by. But in the long run, there's 
still time to change the road you're 
on." 

Page Plant 



Susan P. Rogers 

180 Worcester Lane 
College 

Sue, a great kid to know, she plans 
to go to college to study nursing. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3 



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William C. Rogge 

7 Hibiscus Avenue 
College 

You win some, lose some, and the 
rest get rained out. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Ri- 
fle Team 3, 4; Soccer Team 4; 
Chess Club 3, 4; German Club 2, 
3; Gymnastics Team 4 




Nancy Lee Rosolko 
97 Fiske Avenue 
College 

Free at last! 



Karen Ross 

1 04 Greer Street 



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Joan Dorothy Rooney 

220 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

This blue-eyed senior, who was some 
times referred to as J.A., could alway: 
be seen getting into mischief in th< 
halls of WHS. She will be rememberec 
for her friendly and witty ways. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Senior Re 
vue 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Senior House 
2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3 







Carolyn Joy Rufo 
72 Forest Street 

"If they were right I'd agree, 
but it's them they know not me, 
now there's a way and I know 
that I have to go away, I know 
I have to go." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Swim Club 4 



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obert Ryan 

Mt. Ida Terrace 
ocational 

sing the words of the great phi- 
>sopher, Seraldine Jones, "What 
ou see is what you get!" 

CTIVITIES: High School Band 2, 
4; High School Studio Orchestra 
3, 4 




oanie M. Saltzberg 
4 Tudor Street 
-ollege 

If you smile at me I will under- 
rand 'cause that's the one thing 
verybody does in the same lan- 
uage." 

Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 
; Pep Squad 2; Mirror Staff 4; 
gymnastics 3; Chorus 2; Volleyball 
; Softball 2; Prom Committee 3, 
; Library Assistant 2; Talent Show; 
enior Revue 




Diane M. Ryan 

719 Moody Street 
Business 

Diane hopes to keep up work with ani- 
mals. These three years were supposed 
to be the best, but thank God they are 
over. She likes all Italian food and can 
always be heard talking about her 
mother's lasagna and raviolis. 

ACTIVITIES: Library Aide 2, 3: House- 
masters Office 4 



Regina Marie Ryan 

378 Bacon Street 
College 

Some are bound for happiness, 
Some are bound for glory, 
Some are bound to live with less, 
Who can tell your story? 

Neil Young 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, 4; Chorale 
3, 4; Latin Club 4; MIAC 3; Sum- 
mer Theatre 2; Senior Revue 



Sinny Ryan 

I I Valley View Road 
College 

A new day, a new way — And new 
eyes to see the dawn. Gone your 
way, I'll go mine — and carry on. 

Steve Stills 

Seagulls circle endlessly — I sing in 

silent harmony — We shall be free. 

David Crosby 



Joan A. Rynn 

168 Warren Street 
College 

"Leggs" will always be remem- 
bered for her fantastic perform- 
ance in the Senior Revue. Joan's 
plans include teaching Retarded 
Children. We know her great per- 
sonality and winning smile will take 
her a long way. 

ACTIVITIES: . Softball Team 2, 4: 
Talent Show 2, 4; Drama Club 2; 
Anything Goes 3; Senior Revue 4: 
Girls Swim Team 4 



Susan P. Salamone 

7 Dexter Street 
Business 





Patricia J. Salvo 

77 Willow Street 
College 

I believe in the sun even when it's not 

shining, 

I believe in love even when I am alone. 

I believe in God even when he is silent. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4 



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/am R. Sea fid i 
Ijartmouth Street 
oge 

lli a m likes gym, lunch, skipping 
*3S, and making fun of Mom and 
m with Larry's D.J. He plans to be 
Hiceman. 

JilVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basket- 



hen Schaufus 

lallard Way 
ge 

IVITIES: Chorus 



Harold "Skip" Saulnier 

18 Chester Lane 
Vocational 

A nice fishing trip. 

ACTIVITIES: Electronics 



Nancy Sawtelle 

61 Ledge Road 
Business 



Janet L. Schiff 

42 Bowker Road 
College 

"Only that day dawns to which we 
are awake." 

Henry David Thoreau 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 








Kevin Scarlett 

62 Myrtle Street 
Business 

Kevin hopes to work for the Postal 
Service and get things down right. 



Jonathan Shlager 

182 Berkley Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Track 2 



Gary Schoener 

83 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

This handsome senior will always be 
remembered for his outstanding 
performance on the diamond. He 
can often be seen with friends 
Chuck, Murph, and "Virgil Swartz." 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4 




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aurie Simson 
46 Bacon Street 
)istributive Ed. 

I am an individual. I form my physical 
nvironment. I change and make my 
<or\d. I am free of space and time. I 
m a part of all that is. There is no 
Jace within me that creativity does 
iot exist." 




Roberta M. Shea 

20 Coolidge Avenue 
College 

Bobbie will always remember the 
great times at WHS with Patty. 
Jane, Shelley, Debbie, Diane and 
Cindy. After graduation Roberta 
plans to become a nurse. Her fa- 
vorite class was Biology with Mr. 
Thorp. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2; Ski 
Club 3; Senior Revue: Costume 
Committee 3 



Nancy M. Short 

I 56 Florence Road 
College 

What am I supposed to say? 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3: Talent 
Show 3: M.I.A.C. 3: G.A.P. 2. 3 




Laurel Simpson 

91 Hawthorne Road 

Business 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3: Pep Squad: 
Senior Revue 



Marleen Joy Sinclair 

126 Whitman Road 
College 

Lovable Marleen may always be 
seen doing her chicken imitation 
with Jen, Janet, Karen and Audie. 
We all wish Marleen the best of 

luck! 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Cho- 
rale 3 



Donald Francis Sites 

I 353 Main Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Locate our nearest rock group 
called "Tax Free. Remember 
they're the one with the Hammond 
B-3 . . . because the Hammond 
rates. Also support the "Uptown 
Sound." 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 




Caren M. Skotland 

Sanders Lane 
College 

The Hawk" can usually be found any- 
where with the kids. Skottie will always 
Je remembered for her sweet person- 
ility. 
iood Luck, K! 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball 2. 3, 4; Pep 
•quad 2. 3: "Hawk" 4: Senior Revue: 
lambake 2, 3. 4: One Act Plays 3 





Stephanie A. Slater 
31 Manning Road 
College 

It's a long time co~ 
Its going to be a long 

■ gone — 

But you > 
hour 

alw,» ■ ^re 

■ dawn. 

ACTIVITIES: CKorus 2 1 * Oorafa 
3 4 



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Larry Sorenson 

233 Seminole Avenue 
College 

They say ignorance is bliss, but why 
then are there still people painfully 
starving in the world? 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2 



Mark Stashis 

96 Prentice Street 
Business 

Mark hopes to become a commercial 
artist. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Student 
Council 2, 3; Ski Club 4 




Deborah Anne Smith 

91 Summit Street 
College 

"There is no danger of developing 
eyestrain from looking on the 
bright side of things." (Rte 95) 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; Senior Re- 
vue; Senior Prom Committee; Year- 
book Business Staff 



Thomas A. Sneider 

I 10 Dale Street 
College 

You could always find Tom hanging 
around the A.V. office with Tom 
and John. 

ACTIVITIES: A.V. 2, 3, 4 



James M. Stephen 

41 Parkview Road 
College 

I'm a member of a vanishing race, 
you see, I'm one of the intellectu- 
als. 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 3; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4; Tennis Team 4; Rifle 
4; City League Hockey 3; 4-W 
Club 



David L. Stepp 

45 Brewster Road 
College 

This handsome "peripheral" senior 
will be long remembered for his 
many talents and activities along 
with Jan and P. Cue. His outstand- 
ing personality and friendly smile 
will take him far into the world 
ahead. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rale 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue 




Matthew E. Stanton 

27 Parmenter Road 
College 

Aside from hanging around, 
joys eating, sleeping and b 
His future plans include college 

ACTIVITIES: Intramural Bask 
4; Senior Revue 



Frederick George Stepanis, Jr. 

8 Woodchester Circle 
College 

Fred enjoys his years at V 
"High," and plans to continue 
cation and enter medicine. 

ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basket 



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vid Strait 

) Smith Street 
liege 

ye can be found checking out the 
nery in the Cafe with Chuck. His 
ure plans include a teaching career. 

^T I V 1 T I E S : Senior Revue; Italian 
b2 





James C. Stremeckus 

60 Morton Street 
College 

Jim enjoys most sports and hopes 
to succeed in the business world. 




Bobby Stratton 
8 I Gregory Street 



College 



After graduation Bobby plans to travel 
across the country to see how the 
other side lives. Then he plans to be a 
policeman. 



Richard Stremeckus 

101 Stow Street 
Vocational 

Richard enjoyed breaking Mr. 
Krol's brand new hockey sticks next 
to Sam's room. He plans to con- 
tinue his trade. 



rbara A. Strom 

Harvard Place 
>llege 

rbara can be found all summer at 
j pool lifeguarding with the gang, 
e looks forward to a teaching career 
elementary education. Peace. 

:TIVITIES: Crimsonettes 3, 4; Class 
sasurer 2; Ward Rep. 4; Red Cross 
>uth 3, 4; Council Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 

4; Chorus 3. 4; Chorale 4; Girls 
lorus 3, 4; Volleyball 2. 4; Swim Club 

Senior Revue; Teen Canteen 3, 4; 
lagle Players 3, 4 





Art Studley 
178 Lake Street 
Vocational 

Art can be found any weekend at any 
of the local Speedways, raising cain 
with the rest of the car freaks. Go 
fast, turn left! ' 



Colleen Sullivan 

90 Pond Street 
College 

You can always find Colleen run- 
ning down the hall after the late 
bell. "Better late than never,'' she 
says. She plans to be a nurse. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue: Talent 
Show 2 



Mark Sullivan 
58 Potter Road 
College 

I liked the democratic rules, the 
fair housemaster, the great lunches, 
and the two-sided P.O.D. teacher. 




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Rosemary Sullivan 
24 Indian Road 
College 

"Even though the day may be a 
cloudy one, it is a day after all, for 
when the clouds move away, we 
can see the sun again." 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 2; Nurse's 
Office 3 4: Housemaster's Office 
2 3 4; Red Cross 4; Senior Revue 




Michael Sullivan 
44 Caughey St. 
Vocational 

He enjoys making fine furniture in 
the carpentry shop, with Tim, Bob, 
Harry, and Geever. He hopes to 
continue in this trade. 



ACTIVITIES: Football 2. 3 



Robin Ann Sullivan 
76 Chester Lane 
College 

Tuna fish and her Falcon take a lot 
of teasing. Though she doesn't 
laugh much, she surely can eat. "Ya 
. . . dee, hold your apples." 

ACTIVITIES: Nurses Office 3 




Gregory Swarrz 
24 Loretta 
College 

Eat. Drink, and be "Merry," but 
not in that order. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3. 4: 
Wrestling 4 



Garrett Sweder 

30 Mountain Road 
College 

Catsey is famous for his locker 
room speeches, and his impressions 
of Winnie the Puke. Oatsey's future 
plans include Technical School. 
With his academic ability he should 
go far. 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2. 3. 4: 
Baseball 1.2.3 



Janice Sweeney 

56 Hammond Street 

Business 

Time 

is too long for those 

who grieve. 

too short for those 

who rejoice 

But for those who love 

time is not. 

ACTIVITIES: Main Office I: House- 
master 1 . 2 



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Ellen Surette 

16 Chamberlain Terr. 
Business 

I know you believe you i 
what think I said, but I am nc 
realize that what you heard i 
I meant. 




Joel Swenson 

396 Lesington St. 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 



ierre Sylvestre 

Stratton Terrace, Apt. 3 



usiness 





Donna Marie Taipale 

70 Bacon Street 
Business 

Donna s favorites are Chinese food 
and Lasagna. She enjoys helping 
people and plans to work in the 
hospital after graduation. 



Myra Janice Tanner 

39 Graymore Road 
College 

Myra is famous for her subtlety 
and quiet ways. Her pleasant voice 
can be heard throughout the corri- 
dors at W.H.S., "Watch out!" Her 
outgoing personality will get her 
far in life. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2: Drama 2 
House Office 2: Spanish Club 2 
ESC 3. 4: Teen Canteen 2, 3 4 
Talent Show 2. 3. 4; Senior Revue 




Diane L. Talanian 

58 Leitha Drive 
College 

"What big eyes you have!" This 
cute little Armenian can be seen 
dancing and singing "Thank 
Heaven for Little Girls." She can 
be found involved in a little bit of 
everything at W.H.S. with Karen, 
Marian, Paula, and Sano. Diane's 
intelligence and sparkling smile will 
bring her success in whatever she 
does. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2: 
Volleyball 2: Yearbook Representa- 
tive 2. 3. 4; Talent Show 2. 3, 4: 
Senior Revue: Reagle Players: Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Crimsonettes 3. 4: 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3: FTA 4 



David M. Taranto 
57 Upland Road 
Vocational 



Lisa A. Taillacq 
63 Whitman Road 
College 

This bubbly senior can always be found 
in the Music Department accompany- 
ing Mr. Kennedy s choruses or writing 
new songs like "Untamed Love," one 
of her well-known compositions. Her 
outstanding ability as a pianist and 
song writer shall long be remembered. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2. 3: 
M.I.A.C. 2. 3: French Club 4: Lan- 
guage Office 3. 4: National Italian 
Honor Society: Chorus Accompanist 2, 
3. 4: Chorale 3. 4: National Honor So- 
ciety 3. 4: Reagle Players: Girls Chorus 
2 3. 4: Dance Band 4: Talent Show 3. 
4: Senior Revue 




Robert J. Tarjan 
>5 Copeland Street 
College 

"he more happiness we give, the hap- 
)ier we become, and the happier we 
>ecome, the more we have to give." 

\CTIVITIES: Band 2. 3, 4: Dance Band 
i 4: Clarinet Choir 2. 3: Northeast 
District Band 3: Chess Club 3, 4; 
~hess Team: Senior Revue: Italian 
3lub 2: Photography Club 3, 4: Chem- 
stry Lab Assistant 4: Talent Show 4 




Paul TarraRo 



Barbara Teague 

193 Chestnut Street 
College 

Barbara will remember: telephone calls, 
pizza, caf studies, October 21, 1971, 
Marian, Patty, Diane, Cindy, and her 
junior English class. She likes helping 
people and is interested in nursing. 

ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 2 





Paul Thompson 
69 Branbury 

"It's been a long, hard battle, but I'm 
out now." 




Carl P. Terrasi 

When "Terass" isn't groovin' to the 
music, he can be seen driving 
around with Neil, Tom, Mike, and 
Larry. We know that Carl's sincere 
personality will help him to succeed 
in whatever he does. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Deborah E. Thambash 

9 Chester Lane 
Business 

Debbie is a happy-go-lucky girl 
with many faces. Besides her silent 
laugh, she's probably known for 
splitting Twinkies the l-o-n-g way. 





Kenneth H. Teele 

75 Virginia Road 
College 



Diane M. Testa 

25 Sheffield Road 
Business 

Diane can be seen walking the halls 
with Roberta and Jeanette. She en- 
joys English with Mr. Collins and 
talking. 



Robert Thomas 

84 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

Lamont can usually be found in the 
wrong places at the right time. He 
will always be remembered for 
those Friday night excursions with 
Patsy, Jimmy, Gibby, and Tommy. 
Future plans include college. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 




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Albert S. Tierney 

29 Copeland Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 3, 4 
Club 3, 4; Soccer Team 2, 
Club 4: Mountain Climbing C 




Teresa Tobin 

380 Moody Street 

Business 

You've got to get up in the 

morning 
Mth a smile on your face 
And show the world all the 

love in your heart. 
Then people are gonna treat 

you better. 



Susan Jean Tomasello 
I 37 Florence Road 
College 

Contentment is happy memories of 
the past, enjoyment of things present, 
and hope of good to come." 

Harold E. Kohn 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2; G.A.P. 2; 
F.N. A. 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Tennis 2; 
Nurse's Office 2, 3, 4 




Robert Tierney 

9 Clements Road 
College 

"I am not in this world to live up to 
your expectations and you are not 
in this world to live up to mine. 
You are you and I am I, and if by 
chance we find each other, it's 
beautiful. 



Richard Joseph Tirone 

Business 

Richard plans to attend college 
and major in accounting in prepa- 
ration for a business career. He 
can always be seen with Cyril, Jim. 
and Wally. 




Robert Tolan 



Mary Ann Tortorella 
26 Waverly Street 
Business 

Today is the first day of the rest of 
your life . . . remember this and you 
will live your life to its full* 



Scott A. Tower 

39 Linden Park Drive 

College 

"I saw a man pursuing the 

horizon; 
Round and round he sped. 
I was disturbed at this; 
'It is futile,' I said. 
You can never — ' 
You lie.' cried he. 

and ran on." 

Stephen Crane 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3. 4 



Kevin "Tinker" Toy 

41 Washington Avenue 

Vocational 

Kevin hopes to open his own body 
shop, make some money and travel 
to California. 




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Thomas Trudeau 

I I Roberts Road 
Business 









William Valente 

51 Indian Road 



William Vallely 

25 Cabot Street 
Vocational 

We will never forget our friends 
and the good times we had in class 
and shop. Bill can always be re- 
membered for his favorite words: 
"Oh really" 



Patricia M. Vanaria 

210 Main Street 
College 

This theatrical minded senior has 
proven her talent many times on the 
W.H.S. stage. Her warm personality 
and friendly character will bring her 
many friends and much deserved suc- 
cess in the future. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, Secretary 
3, 4; Italian Club 4; Drama Club 2, 3; 
Reagle Players; Chorale 4; This Week 
at Waltham High 4; Senior Revue 




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Deborah Ann Vasquezi 

108 Felton Street 
College 

This bright-eyed, smiling senior, 
planning to become a nurse, will 
bring many smiles to her patients. 
Debbie wishes everyone the best of 
luck! 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3; President 
of Red Cross Youth 4; Senior Re- 
vue; Foreign Language Department 
Aide 2, 3, 4 



Stephen Vezeau 

8 Mt. Pleasant Street 
Vocational 



Jean Valdanbrini 

10 Sun Street 

College 

Jean can be remembered for h< 
remarks that always came at the 
time and her beautiful facial 
sions induced by Miss Nolan. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3; 
Revue; Senior Prom Committee 
3,4 





Thomas Vanderford 

44B Hansen Road 
College 

Bomber can be seen walking 
Maiden game. His sense of hum 
ability on the court will long 
membered by everyone at W.H. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4; <: 




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iane Viscione 

53 Sheffield Road 
usiness 

He not to tame neither, but let your 
wn discretion be your tutor: Suit your 
ction to your word, your word to your 
ction; with this special observance, 
lat you o'erstop not the modesty of 
ature." 

Shakespeare 





.ynne Wallace 

'4 Dale Street 
College 

Highway's just a two lane road 

connecting either way, 
ve seen enough of this end 

for awhile. 
Veil I've got to go the distance 
ill I know I've seen a change. Got to 
now the feel of 

every mile." 

Jonathan Edwards 

\CTIVITIES: Latin Club 3 



Shirley Viles 

362 Lexington Street 
College 

Smiling Shirley plans to continue 
her education after graduation. 
With her warm personality we know 
she'll go far. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4 



Dottie Vinciullo 

157 Villa Street 
College 

When you can't find Dottie walking 
down the halls with Mike, you can 
find them both skiing the white 
slopes of Loon. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Ski 
Team 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 4 




Frankie Vitale 
190 Dale Street 
College 

You can always find Frankie with Yo- 
lande. Bobby, and Diane at the Cha- 
teau eating pizza. His best study was 
in Library with Susan. Diane. Linda, 
Mike, and Donnie. OK Pal' 



John Michael Voymas 

28 Irving Street 
College 

Transferred from St. Mary's . . . 
"Mouse'' . . . Tolkien . . . Hesse 
. . . "The meaning of life is life it- 
self" . . . CO. . . . Vonnegut . . . 
"The peace that is to come is 
found within ourselves." 

ACTIVITIES: Ecology Club 4: 
Drama Club 4 



Linda Walker 

263 Worcester Lane 

College 

My school days have come 

to pass. 
I've no more racing to a class 
No more quizzes and no more 

tests 
Cuz now it's time to take 

a rest. 

AMEN 

ACTIVITIES: House Office: Gym- 
nastics 





Arthur Walih 



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Michael Ward 

24 Lowell Street 
College 

Michael plans to go to college to be- 
come a meteorologist so that he can 
give people the right weather reports. 

ACTIVITIES: A.V. 2, 3, 4; Outdoor 
Track 3 



Walter Welch 

16 Cheryl Lane 
College 

Walter likes baseball, basketball, and 
watching football. He plans to be a 
sportswriter. He can be found after 
school at the Waltham Cinema. See 
Ya Later! 



Frederick Mark Walter 

Fairmont Avenue 
College 

' 'There's no use trying,' she said, 
one can't believe impossible 
things.' 

'I dare say you haven't had much 
practice,' said the Queen. When I 
was your age, I always did it for 
half an hour a day. Why, some- 
times I've believed as much as six 
impossible things before 

breakfast.' " 

Lewis Carroll 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; Chess 
Club 3, 4; Forum 4; Drama Club 4; 
Ski Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4; De- 
bate Club 4; Crimson Crier Staff 
4; Clarinet Choir 2 



Paul G. Wanberg 

2 1 5 Dale Street 
College 

"Do I dare 
Disturb the universe? 
In a minute there is time 
For decisions and revisions 
which a minute will reverse." 

T. S. Eliot 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 
2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4 




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Cynthia Mary Welch 

I I Underwood Park 

Cindy likes onion rings, Pats 
Barbara, Laura, and of cour 
She loves Bruins, the gang at 
15-70, lunch 3, and will nev 
Elaine, M., and J.W. 175 



Steven P. Werblin 

53 Brewster Road 
College 

Steven likes sports and plans 
in business administration a 
eastern University. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievem 



James Whalen 



Marie White 

57 Tudor Street 
Business 

"My mind is made up, don't con- 
fuse me with the facts." 




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Andrew F. Wiggin 

19 Hawthorne Road 
College 

The best thing about WHS is the lunch 
period and even that isn't much. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3; Ski Club 2 




'aul Womersley 





Stephen Wilbur 
College 



J. Mark Wilson 

23 Chesterbrook Road 
College 

"The art of running the mile con- 
sists, in essence, of reaching the 
threshold of unconsciousness at the 
instant of breasting the tape." 

O'Neil 

ACTIVITIES: Track 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Band 2 



Robert Edward Withrow Jr. 

52 Rear Exchange Street 
College 

Mish Preacher 

When I grow up I'm going to ei- 
ther sell Bibles or be a professional 
interlocutor. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2. 3. 4; 
Wrestling 3: Weight Lifting 2. 3; 
Ward Representative 3: Student 
Council Treasurer 4: 4W Club 





Debra M. Wybieralla 
61 Phillips Circle 
College 

"In the life of man the most essential 
thing for happiness is the gift of 
friendship. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3 4- F.T.A. 3 * 
Vice-President 4: Red Cross Youth Or- 
ganization Vice-Preside-' * '> Club 2. 
3 4: French Club 2: Senior Revue: Na- 
tional Honor Socie*. * 



James L. Wilde 

24 Whitman Road Apt. 2B 

College 

"They call me the seeker 
I've been searching high 

and low 
But I won't get what I'm 

after 
Till the day I die." 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2. 3: Chorus 
Vice-President-Treasurer 3, 4: Cho- 
rale 3. 4: Senior Revue: Waltham 
Drug Committee 3: M.I.A.C. 2 3: 
4W Club: Weight Lifting 2 3 



Robert Wilde 
51 Barbara Rd. 
College 




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Janis Zappala 

94 Chaffee Avenue 
College 

This sparkling blue-eyed senior has a 
great personality. It was an experience 
to know her. Jan plans to enter college 
next year. We all wish her the best of 
luck. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2; Yearbook 
Representative 2, 3, 4 




Roberta Young 

79 Hardy Pond Road 



Roberta can always be seen with 
Diane. She will always remember 
her good years at Waltham High 
School which her friends made pos- 
sible. Roberta plans to go to col- 
lege and become a secretary. 



Camille Zanghi 
I I Rando Lane 
Business 

"Zang" can always be found with 
Joyce, Linda, Joanne, Alice, Sara 
and Paulette. She enjoys skiing and 
vacations the best! Her future 
plans include becoming a secretary 
and traveling. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue: Ski 
Club 2 





Pamela Rogers Brown 



Lawrence Faranda 



Bob Horrigan 

197 Chestnut Street 
Vocational 

After four years he deserves a long 
vacation. 




Doug LeBlanc 

27 Centre Street 
Business 

If I had three years with nothing to do, 
I'd like to spend these three years over 
again. 

ACTIVITIES: Art Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4 



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Patricia Reyes Maker 




Jean MacDonald Scarpace 



Leonard Babineau 

659 South Street 
Vocational 

Lynn J. Bergin 

39 Sharron Street 
College 

I'm free! "It's only the beginning of 
what I want to feel forever." 

Chicago 

ACTIVITIES: German Club; Drama 
Club 

Steve T. Cacciola 

28 Autumn Lane 
Business 

You can find Steve hard at work 
flipping and twirling pizza dough at 
the Chateau, or playing hockey 
with some of his friends, or being 
chased by E.F., B.P. and customers 
at work. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 2; Football 
2, 3,4 

Bob Gaudet 

84 Goldencrest Avenue 
Business 

Bob plans to enter a business fol- 
lowing graduation from W.H.S. 

Ruth-Anne Babineau 

109 Myrtle Street 
Business 

"The early bird catches the worm." 



Oscar Bonillo 

32 Varnum Park 

John Caramanica 

80 Fiske Avenue 
Business 

Carl Carbone 

I 19 Mokema Avenue 

"Carly" can be seen at home on 
evenings doing Math sheets for Mr. 
Russell. Besides Math with Mr. Rus- 
sell, "Carly" can be found working 
hard in the shop. 

Robert DeLosa 

Kingston Road 
Vocational 

I don't know. 



Charlie Goulding 
58B Hansen Road 
Vocational 

During lunch you can always find 
Charlie at Sals with Kook and Jay. 

Ronald Belliveau 

31 Warren Street 
College 

Harry Brock 

56 South Terrace 

William Crossen 
23 Newburn Street, 
Jamaica Plain 
Vocational 



Ron Bennett 

18 Highland Street 

I can't let anyone see me in this 
condition after twelve years of 
school. 



Barbara A. Bushard 

2 Montclair Avenue 
College 

Barb can usually be found talking 
with Kathy, Terry, and Juliann. She 
plans to become a secretary after 
graduation. 



Tom Deleskey 

47 Webster Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Debbie DeFlice 

98 Seminole Avenue 

Distributive Ed. 

Stephen Dennison 

5 Dexter Avenue 
Vocational 

Crazy man-Fogman 

Audette El— Far 
183 Weston Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Dana Kneeland 

20 Winthrop Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2. 3. 4 



Patricia Delorey 
66 Hansen Road 
Distributive Ed. 

I Kathy Dowcett 
12 Lyman Street 
Business 

Jamet Frenett 

19 Broin Street 

Judith Kratoville 

193 College Farm Road 

Linda Ann Landry 

I 53 Brown Street 
Business 

Moving to Waltham after going to 
school in Franklin for I I '/^ years 
was difficult. Things were hard at 
first, but now that I know some of 
the kids its not that bad. 



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Donald LeBlanc 
25 Williams Street 
Business 



Don's favorite class was Mr. Collins' 
Cobal class. He also could be 
found hanging around with his 
friends — Jay, Cy, Rick, Don, and 
Eddie. 

Mary McNulty 

368 Weston Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Patricia M. Preston 

156 Hawthorne Road 
Business 

Love is security; 
Love is response 

Love is happiness; Love is everlast- 
ing. 

Joanne Talarico 

123 Beal Road 

John "Jay" Visco 

275 Warren -Street 
College 

Jay can be found at Cornelia War- 
ren or at Arlington with Bill, Bob, 
and Dick. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama 2, 3; Reagle 
Players 2 



Emery M. LeBlanc 

6 Chestnut Park 
Vocational 

Diane Madaglia 

Steven Marchand 

88 Shirley Road 
College 

Kevin Milligan 

34 Park Street 
Business 

Ronald Robichaud 

74 Guinan Street 
Vocational 

MaryAnn Sampson 

236 Pine Hill Circle 
College 

Maria A. Valiante 

7 University Park 

Paul Watson 

164 Newton Street 

Roberta Young 

79 Hardy— Pond Road 
Business 

Roberta can always be seen with 
Diane. She will always remember 
her good years at Waltham High, 
which her friends made possible. 
Roberta plans to go to college and 



become a secretary. 



Paula Lucas 

52 Carlin Road 

Paul Ma her 

29 Christopher Road 

Roger Martin 

Vocational 

Carol J. Nevard 

I I 3 Farnum Road 
College 

It's not how much we have, but 
how much we enjoy that makes 
happiness. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative; Prom Committee 3; Sen- 
ior Revue; Ski Club 2, 3 

Arthur Vanaria 

141 Myrtle Street 
John Wilkins 

35 Circle Drive 

Trudy MacDonald 

Parkview Road 

Patricia Malloy 

3 Outlook Drive 
Business 

David McDonnell 



26 Bowdoin Street 

Robert Nolce 

75 Hillcrest Street 



Ernest Rogers 

275 Dale Street 

College 

Mark Segien 

37 Banks Street 

Vincent Velardi 

Vocational 

Dennis Ouelette 

56 Hall Street 

Please Mr. Neylon, give me a 
break. I know I fool around in 
school, and I know I break the rules 
and I'm sorry I did. But you have to 
remember, I'm only a kid. 



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"Those Were the Days" 

With three hundred seniors 
crammed into what seemed to be 

a stage, we sang our souls out, 

danced our feet off and delivered 

"THOSE WERE THE DAYS," 

never forgetting the endless rehearsals 

and the old tardy excuse "I was working." 

Together we stood united and prayed for a grand performance 

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Senior Prom 

"Our Time Is Now," 
In grand style the Senior Class 
Prom was held at the Chateau 
deVille in Framingham on May 2 

1972. 
"And what a time it was." 





The prom queen was Mary Brown 

and her two attendants were 
Carol Elander and Janet McCauley 






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CLASS OFFICERS 

Senior High School 

Thomas Regan Presider 

Lee Harvey Vice-Presider 

Paula Angelo Secretar 

Ann Foti Treasure 

Waltham Vocational High School 

Robert Calabufalo Presiden 

Emery LeBlanc Vice-Presiden 

William Quirk Secretar 

Martin Hietsch Treasure 

CLASS DAY QUEEN 

Leslie Connors 

ATTENDANTS 

Jane Cripps Debbie Lulo 

All are cordially invited to a reception and collation immedi 
ately following the Class Day program in the courtyard area. 







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CLASS PROGRAM 

SELECTION Waltham High School Crimson Band 

Thomas Dumas, Conductor 

PROCESSIONAL The Band 

MASTER OF CEREMONIES Thomas Regan 

VOCAL SELECTIONS Waltham High School Chorale 

Peter J. Kennedy, Conductor 

PRESENTATION OF CLASS DAY QUEEN 

Queen and her Court 

"REFLECTIONS" 

Highlights from Our Three Years at Waltham High 

Presented by Members of the Class of 1972 

Directed by Jan Procyk 

MUSICAL SELECTIONS 

Waltham High School Studio Orchestra 

Thomas Ferrante, Conductor 

PRESENTATION OF THE HONORARY SENIOR 

Debbie Mula 

SENIOR CLASS WILL Carol Palmiotto, 

David Duddy 

SENIOR SUPERLATIVE AWARDS . Cathy Caci, David 

Doucette and George Faulkner 
DEDICATION OF THE 1972 MIRROR 
Ann Hession 
RECESSIONAL The Band 











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Best Looking Lesley Connors 

Neil DeStefano 

Best Dressed Diane Viscione 

Neil Goldberg 

Best Dancer Joan Rynn 

Larry Devlin 

Most Likely to Succeed Annemarie Moran 

Tom Regan 

Best Actor Kathy Loughlin 

Bob With row 

Class Genius Martha Meade 

David Dowcette 

Personality Plus Ann Lillis 

Bob Withrow 

Class Wit Debbie Smith 

Bob Withrow 

Class Artist Debbie Luke 

Steve Parrish 

Class Musician Lisa Taillacq 

Mike Mandile 

Most Respected Margaret Edmunds 

Tom Regan 

Did Most for Class Annemarie Moran 

Tom Regan 

Most Athletic Susan Brophy 

Bill Foley 

Best All Round Debbie Clarke 

Bob Withrow 




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Best Looking William Vallely 

Best Dressed Robert Abbott 

Best Dancer Mark Quinn 

Most Likely to Succeed Marty Hietsch 

Best Actor Aldo Coretta 

Class Genius Larry Faranda 

Personality Plus Mike Sullivan 

Class Wit Richard Owens 

Class Artist Robert DeLosa 

Class Musician William Quirk 

Most Respected Larry Brown 

Did Most for Class Emery LeBlanc 

Most Athletic Robert Tolan 

Best All Round Paul Nedza 





Best Dressed 




Best Dancer 




Class Artist 




Class Musician 



Best Actor 



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We, the members of the class of 1972, being of somewhat sound mind and a questionably sound student body, do hereby 
bequeath and bestow these humble gifts upon sundry members of the faculty and staff of Waltham High School this thirtieth day 
of May in the year of our new high school 3. 

To our beloved principal, Mr. Husson, we leave an "inspired" victory speech for those mornings after the games. 

To Mr. Viscarello, Director of the Vocational High School, an ever-expanding curriculum to prepare his students for the decade 
of the 70's. 

To Mr. Levey we leave a driver's license, courtesy of Sears, Roebuck. 

To Mr. Neylon, our favorite housemaster, we leave 4,763 (count them) pads of blue slips — enough to finish off the rest of the 
year. 

For Mr. Baldassari we have a pair of scissors to cut the price tags off all his new clothes. 

For Miss Cairnes, we have part II of any movie. 

To Mrs. Czarnowski, we present one pair of sterling silver tap shoes to match her shining personality. 

For Mrs. Demauro, a whole truckload of perfect notebooks. 

For Mrs. Danforth, we will smuggle in the key to the lock chaining her to her desk. 

To our mostest favoritest English teacher, Miss Devane, we gives a batch of new brownies. 

Mr. Dumas, our music director, will receive two free tickets to "The Boys in the Band." 

Next on the list is Mr. Eagle, and for him we have found a love letter from Ella Gerber. 

For Mrs. Fitzpatrick we plan to install a larger waiting room to accommodate all her prospective cases. 

To Fraulein Fryer, Beethoven's most avid fan, we leave an autographed copy of Tenth symphony. 

Pour Marcel Karian, nous donnons une copie du disque "Sank Hevens for Leetle Guhrls." 

For Mr. Kennedy, we have arranged for another year of Senior Chorale members. 

For Dr. Kubin, we fulfill her dearest wish and leave her a classful of Freddy Walters'. 

Mr. Lynch, our friendly math department head, will be sent 60 copies of "Donald Duck in Mathematics Land." 

For Miss Magrath, known for her continued effort on behalf of the theatrical productions at the high school, we plan to produce 



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a show with ready-made costumes. 

To Mr. McDonnell of the math department, we give the Celtics of 1973. 

For Mr. Nelson, alias Mr. Physics, we have arranged a date with Miss Electra. 

To Mr. Nicholson, we donate a yearbook which meets its own deadlines. 

To the Nolan Sisters we give the Smith Brothers. 

To Mr. Prohovich, who has high hopes, we leave a seven foot center. 

To Miss Sangaleer, for her first year of dedicated service at the high school, we award a gold plated typewriter. 

For Mr. Shubert, so he should never be hungry, we have purchased a snack-pack of cigars. 

To Mr. Sgouros we leave an inflatable model for those times when he can't find a real one. 

For Mrs. Shirley, we have negotiated a 100-year lease on the Gore Estate, with an option for 100 more. 

To Mr. Steinberg, in view of his vast store of facts and figures, we leave a Guiness Book of World Records, to be revised and 
annotated. 

For Miss Tahaney, we have purchased an old-fashioned China Doll. 

For Mr. Walker, the man who has everything, we leave . . . nothing. 

For Mr. Woronicz, we advise him to throw in the towel . . . money. 

To Mr. Yetten, our own Pillsbury Doughboy, we give a pack of bubblegum baseball cards. 

And for Miss Barbara Jean Ward and Mr. Edward Brown Matthews, we wish many years of happiness together. 

We leave all these gifts along with our grateful thanks for three years at the High School. 



Witnesses: Mrs. Shirley 
Mr. Damien 
Mr. Goodwin 
Mr. Hetigan 



Signed: David Duddy 

David Doucette 
Nancy Edgar 
Lorna Keith 
Margaret Cronin 
John Napoli 
Pat Vanaria 
Bob Withrow 



Kathleen Loughlin 
Martha Meade 
Estelle Michelson 
Kevin Mulvaney 
Carol Palmiotto 
Paul Richard 
Stephen Wilbur 



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The Class Day Queen is escorted by Robert Calabufalo and Martin Hietsch, President and Treasurer of 
the Vocational Senior Class. 





The Class Day Queen — Leslie Connors 



The Class Day Queen and her court 



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George E. P. Husson Jr. 

Principal of Waltham High School 



Dr. Lawrence E. Dennis 

Provost and Director of Massachusetts State College 
System 



Ernest V. Viscarello 

Director, Vocational High School 




Thomas Regan 

President of the Class of 1972 



Annemarie Moran 

President of the Student Council 



Robert Calabufalo 

Vocational High School Class President 




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Rabbi David Neiman 

Rabbi, Temple Beth Israel, Waltham 



Arthur J. Clark 

Mayor 



The Reverend W. Wyeth Williard 

Pastor, Presbyterian Church of Waltham 





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A grain of sand passes through an hour glass 

Like others it has a sameness, 

But it is an individual among thousands. 

The grain waits and follows the others 

Until it passes through the center. 

Here is the end, the end of an hour. 

But turn the glass upside down. 

And it starts over with a new beginning. 




Susan Brophy 



THE WHOLE 
Tranguility . . . 

and then, 
The winds within our souls did howl 
and give rise to a little bubbling spring. 
We struggled through texts of Jabberwocky, 
or was it . . . Algebra? and the 
little bubbling spring 
cut through the forest. 
We scribbled and Typed and made new friends, 

and the little bubbling spring 
widened in the open field. 
We gave our best and thus we grew. 
Before we knew, the 
Little bubbling spring 
met the ocean. 



Marie Cormier 




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Judy Abelli 

Nancy Adams 

Claudette Allain . . . 

Peter Allia 

Gerald Altrich 

Mary Amelia 

Carol Anderson . . . 

Paula Angelo 

John Antonellis 

Thomas Armstrong . 

James Arnold 

Kenneth Arnold 
Bruna Aismondo . . . 
Mary Antonellis .... 
Patricia Aubert .... 

Joseph Aucoin 

Marie Aucoin 

Richard Aucoin 

Susan Aucoin 

Judy Baginsky 

Carla Bailey 

Thomas Baillio 

Richard Ballo 

Robert Barker 

James Barille 

Gerard Beaudoin . . . 
Maureen Beaulieu . . 
Kathryne Beckwith . . 

Harry Brock 

Martin Brophy 

Susan Brophy 

John Brown 

Mark Burstein 

Jay Byrne 

Steve Cacciola 

Joan Callahan 

Thomas Callahan 
Paula Camposano . . 
Peter Cannistraro . . . 
Michael Cannistraro 
Nancy Cappadona 
John Caramanica . . . 

Leonard Dente 

Steve Burgess 

Ellen Cardarelli 

Paula Cardarelli 

Anita Cardillo 

Gary Cardone 

John Carmody 

Sylvia Caruso 

John Cash 

George Caruso .... 
William Cassidy 
Robert Castellano. . . 

Judith Cate 

Denise Cedrone 

Joyce Centola 

Samuel Cetrano 
William Chaisson . . . 
Deborah Cheeseman 
Theresa Calarese . . . 
Diane Christopher . . 

Debra Clarke 

Cheryl Clark 

Thomas Clark 

Marian Cloherty 
Richard Cloonan . . . 

Julie Collins 

Frank Collura 

Eileen Comeau 

Elizabeth Condon . . 

Mary Condon 

Linda Connolly 

Judith Connors 

Lesley Connors 

Bernadette Connor . . 
Maryellen Conty 

Jane Cooper 

David Corracio .... 
Kathleen Corcoran . 

Maura Corcoran 

Deborah Cormier . . . 
Donald Cormier 
Gail Cormier 



Mass Bay Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

.University of Prince Edward Island 

, Framingham State College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Framingham State College 

Art Institute of Boston 

, Westfield State College 

Bentley College 

Wentworth Institute 

Fitchburg State College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Boston College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Framingham State College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Peabody School 

Mass Bay Community College 

Regis College 

Boston College 

. . . . Middlesex Community College 

University of Massachusetts 

Lowell State College 

Northeastern University 

Mass Bay Community College 

Berkley College of Music 

Mass General Hospital 

ITT Technical Institute 

Art Institute of Boston 

Brandeis University 

University of Massachusetts 

Saint Thomas Moore 

M.I.T. 

Alfred University 

Saint Thomas Moore 

Brandeis University 

Boston College 

Lasell Junior College 

Berkley School of Music 

, . . . . Mass Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

Universal Heavy Construction 

Northeastern University 

Framingham State College 

, University of Massachusetts 

Northeastern University 

. . .Robert and Richards' Academy 

Northeastern University 

ITT Technical Institute 

. Waltham Vocational LPN Program 

, University of Massachusetts 

Bentley College 

Wentworth Institute 

Franklin Institute 

, University of Massachusetts 



. . .University of Massachusetts 

Boston College 

. . . .Framingham State College 
.Middlesex Community College 

Holy Cross 

. . .University of Massachusetts 

Perry Normal 

Fitchburg State College 

, Franklin Institute 

Northeastern University 

. . .University of Massachusetts 
. . .University of Massachusetts 
. . . New England School of Art 
. . .Newton Wellesley Hospital 

Barry College 

.Salem State School of Nursing 
. . .University of Massachusetts 
.Mass Bay Community College 

Boston College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Lasell Junior College 

Bentley College 

Westfield State College 

Westfield State College 

.Mass Bay Community College 

.... Henry O. Peabody School 

Aquinas Junior College 



Marie Cormier 
Patricia Cormier . . 
Robert Cormier . . 
Patricia Coughlin . 
Laura Coulter 
Gary Coutard . . . 
Marie Couture . . . 

John Cox 

Jane Cripps 

Barry Cronin 

Margaret Cronin . . 
Thomas Currie 
Michael Curtis 
Louis Czuczwa .... 

Meredith Dahl 

Florence Darrah . . 
Michael Davis 
Kim Decola 



Dan Dellacamera . 
Janet Delmore 

Helen Daley 

Anne Degenhardt . 
Denise Delorey 
Patricia Delorey . . 
Anthony Demeo . . , 

Carol Demeo 

Ken Demeo , 

John DeSisto 

Neil DeStefano . . . 
Joanne Devane. . . . 

Tom Devane 

Larry Devlin 

Fred Dileone 

Donna Ditommaso . 
Lorraine DiVico . . . 
Jeanne Doherty . . . 
Marie Dominijanni . 
Janice Donato 
Maureen Donlan . . 
David Doucette . . 
David Douglas 
Ellen Dowcett 
Stephen Dowman . 
Jeanne Dubie .... 

David Duddy 

David Durno 

Marilyn Eagan . 

Muire Flynn 

Barbara Foley .... 
William Foley .... 

Ronald Forte 

Ann Foti 

Linda Foti 

Robert Gallagher . . 
Patricia Gallitano . 
Kurt Gardiner 
Diane Gaudet . 
Elaine Gaudet. . . . 
Paulette Gauvin . . . 
Richard Gibbons . . 
Diana Diana Giusti 

Tom Heintz 

Candy Heroux 

Ann Hession 

Carol Hillson 

Vanessa Hodge 

Judy Hollman 

Judy Howe 

Linda Huber 

Elizabeth Hughes . . 

Susan Hurley 

Terry Ingersoll .... 

Judy Joyal 

Kathy Juliano 

Steve Kaloyanides. 

Patricia Kane 

Claudia Karr 

Dave Keane 

Susan Keefe 

Lorna Keith 

Kevin Kelley 

Nancy Kelley 

Laurie Kennen . . . . 



Lowell State Cc 

Peabody School of Fa 

Bentley Cc 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

Middlesex Community Cc 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

Boston Cc 

Boston Cc 

Waltham Ho: 

Curry Cc 

Emmanuel Cc 

Newman 

University of Connec 

Brandeis Univ< 

Nouh Park Cc 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

. . . .Northern Essex Community Cc 

Suffolk Univ< 

Bentley Cc 

Bryman Si 

.Waltham Vocational School of Ni 

Northeastern Univ< 

Bentley Cc 

John Robert Powers S< 

Bentley Cc 

Middlesex Community Cc 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

University of Massachi 

The New Hampton Si 

Mass Bay Community Cc 

Alfred Univi 

Emerson Cc 

Florida State Cc 

Aquinas Junior Cc 

Middlesex Community Cc 

Framingham State Cc 

Emmanuel State Cc 

Bentley Cc 

Brandeis Univ< 

Harvard Univf 

University of Massachi 

Lawrence Memorial Ho: 

Northeastern Univ< 

Middlesex Community Co 

Brandeis Univ< 

Northeastern Univf 

Westfield State Co 

Middlesex Community Co 

Garland Junior Co 

University of New Hamp 

Northeastern Univ< 

Springfield Co 

Salem Hos 

Mass Bay Community Co 

Merrimack Co 

Boston Co 

Salem ! 

Northeastern Unive 

Bryman S< 

The Huntington Sc 

Aquinas Junior Co 

Framingham State Co 

, Robert and Richards' Acac 

University of Massachu 

Lawrence Memorial Hos 

Mass Bay Community Co 

Mass Bay Community Co 

Mass Bay Community Co 

Middlesex Community Co 

University of Massachu 

Aquinas Junior Co 

Newton-Wellesley Hos 

Mass Bay Community Co 

Salem State Co 

University of New Hamp 

Mt. Auburn Hos 

Katherine G 

Middlesex Community Col 

.Mount Wachusetts Community Col 

Bridgewater State Col 

, University of Massachu 

Lasell Junior Col 

University of Massachu 



Debbie Kershaw 

Peter Kidd 

Rosa LaSalle 

Gerard LeBlanc 

Linda LeBland 

Roy LeBlanc 

Nicholas Leeber 

Mike Leger 

Richard Lenza 

Paul Leonard 

Chris Lewis 

Ann Lillis 

Rose Linihan 

John Link 

Janis Linstrom 

Kathy Lituri 

Susan Livermore 

Kathleen Logan 

Richard Logan 

Connie Lombardo . . . 

John Kokidko 

Patricia Kelley 

Kurt Koskinen 

Roland Kupriss 

Dianne LaCrosse . . . 

Kathleen Lally 

Linda Lambert 

George Landry 

John Landry 

Linda Landry 

Elaine Lang 

Lorinda Laporte 
Stephen Laronde. . . . 

Susan La Rosa 

Kathy Leach 

Diane LeBlanc , 

Glen Lord 

Kathy Loughlin 

Michael Malone .... 
Michael Machado. . . 
James Mancuso .... 

Paul Mancuso 

Peter Mancuso 

Stephen Mancuso . . . 
Michael Mandile 
Kathleen McLaughlin 
Susan McManus 
Nora McMenimen . . . 

Martha Meade 

Gary Medeiros 

Martha Meehan 

Adeline Mega 

Carol Merritts 

Janet Merrullo 

Judy Messina 

Estelle Michelson 

Barbara Mills 

Richard Milton 

Annemarie Moran . . . 

Dianne Muise 

Debbie Mula 

Thomas Muldoon 
Charles Mullaney . . . 

Chester Mullen 

Kevin Mulvaney 

Brian Murphy 

Karen Murray 

Ken Nadeau 

John Napoli 

Maureen Nardone . . 
Dennis Naughton . . . 

Charles Nestor 

William Nett 

Carol Nevard 

Dolores Nigro 

Peter Noble 

Guy Novello 

Charlotte O'Connell . 

Richard O'Dea 

Karen Omobono .... 
Anthony Orifice .... 

Earl Osborn 

Donald Ouelette 

Margaret Ouelette . . 



. . Mass Bay Community College 
. .Mass Bay Community College 

Ohio Wesleyan University 

. . . .University of Massachusetts 
.Middlesex Community College 

Suffolk University 

Henry O. Peabody School 

. .Mass Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

Graham Junior College 

Bryan & Straton 

..New England Baptist Hospital 

Bentley College 

Boston University 

Bay State 

.Middlesex Community College 
.Middlesex Community College 

Northeastern University 

Graham Junior College 

Northeastern University 

. . Mass Bay Community College 

Salem Hospital 

. . . .University of Massachusetts 
. . . . University of Massachusetts 
. .Mass Bay Community College 
. .Mass Bay Community College 
. .Mass Bay Community College 
. . . . University of Massachusetts 

Boston State College 

Chandler School 

. . . .Framingham State College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Lowell Tech 

'. Beth Israel 

Aquinas Junior College 

Waltham Hospital 

. Mass Bay Community College 
. . .North Adams State College 

Brandeis University 

Northeastern University 

Bentley College 

Lowell Tech 

Lowell Tech 

University of Connecticut 

Lowell Tech 

.Mass Bay Community College 

Aquinas Junior College 

. . . Mount Saint Mary's College 

Wesleyan University 

University of Connecticut 

Wheelock College 

Lowell State 

. . .University of Massachusetts 
.Middlesex Community College 

Fort Lauderdale College 

. . .University of Massachusetts 

Katherine Gibbs School 

. . .Fulton Montgomery College 

Boston College 

. . . .Framingham State College 
. . . .Framingham State College 

Coyne Electric 

Worcester State College 

Peabody School 

. . .University of Massachusetts 

Northeastern University 

.Mass Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

Westfield State College 

Brandeis University 

Northeastern University 

Bentley College 

i . .Rensselaer Polytech Institute 
.Middlesex Community College 
.Mass Bay Community College 

, . Lowell Tech 

Newton Junior College 

, Chandler School 

Bentley College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Wentworth Institute 

Suffolk University 

Suffolk University 

.Mass Bay Community College 



Nancy Ouelette .... 
Stephanie Pacheco . . 

Gary Palmer 

William Palmer 

Carol Palmiotto 

Steve Parrish 

Carmen Patuto 

Paulette Pelletier 

Shelley Perron 

Rossanne Picariello . . 

Kathy Pidgeon 

Donna Pilla 

Judith Polk 

Pam Porter 

Tina Pandolfi , 

Theodore Ricketts 

Thomas Riggs 

Gary Rigoli 

Jean Rigoli 

Janet Schiff 

Patricia Salvo 

Lor eft a Samson 

Cheryl Santangelo . . . 
Lawrence Santolucito. 

Donald Saulnier 

Stephen Schauf us 

Gary Schoener 

Eleanor Segal 

Dianne Segien 

Jonathon Shlager 

Michael Shea 

Roberta Shea 

Nancy Short 

Deborah Smith 

Joe Rizzo 

Jackie Robinson 

Patricia Roche 

Diane Rodes 

Ernest Rogers 

Joe Rogers 

Susan Rogers 

Joan Rooney 

Nancy Rosolko 

Carolyn Rufo 

Regina Ryan 

Virginia Ryan 

Joan Rynn , 

Joanie Saltzberg 

William Pogge 

Janet Schiff 

Roberta Shea 

Laurie Simson 

Karen Siragusa 

Karen Scotland 

Larry Sorenson 

Matthew Stanton 

Fred Stepanis 

James Stephen 

Dave Stepp 

David Strait 

Gregory Swartz 

Joel Swenson , 

Lisa Taillacq 

Donna Taipale 

Diane Talanian 

Myra Tanner 

Paul Tarallo 

Robert Tarjian 

Barbara Teague 

Carl Terrasi 

Paul Thompson 

Albert Tierney 

Susan Tomasello 

Scott Tower 

Jean Valdanbrini 

Pat Vanaria 

Arthur Vanaria 

Thomas Vanderford . . 

John Voymas 

Debbie Vasquezi 

Shirley Viles 

Paul Womersly 



Boston College 

Newton- Wellesley Hospital 

Tufts University 

Bentley College 

Jackson College 

Art Institute 

University of Massachusetts 

Aquinas Junior College 

Northeastern University 

Aquinas Junior College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Newton Junior College 

University of Massachusetts 

i Chandler School 

Brandeis University 

Northeastern University 

University of Alabama 

Bentley College 

New England Institute of Embalming 

Northeastern University 

Fitchburg State College 

University of Massachusetts 

Mass Bay Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

North Adams State College 

University of Massachusetts 

Wentworth Institute 

St. Thomas Moore 

Framingham Union Hospital 

University of Vienna 

Mass Bay Community College 

Brandeis University 

Mt. Auburn Hospital 

Framingham State College 

Northeastern University 

Mass Bay Community College 

Berklee 

i Lasell Junior College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Middlesex Community College 

University of Bridgeport 

Regis College 

Boston College 

Boston State 

North Adams State College 

Lowell Tech 

Northeastern University 

Framingham Union Hospital 

School of Fashion Design 

Boston College 

Boston College 

Wentworth Institute 

Framingham State College 

Brandeis University 

Mass Bay Community College 

University of Massachusetts 

Boston State 

Newman Prep. 

Mass College of Pharmacy 

Boston University 

Nurses Aid 

Framingham State College 

Springfield College 

Northeastern University 

Rensselaer Polytech Institute 

Mass Bay Community Collage 

Bentley College 

General Motors School 

i University of Massachusetts 

Childrens Hospital 

> University of Massachusetts 

Fitchburg State College 

Brandeis University 

.....Suffolk University 

Newman Prep 

University of Bridgeport 

Framingham Union Hospital 

Patricia Stevens School 

Westfield State College 




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"A Day in the Life . . . " 




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The day begins. Challenge. Activity — the creative process 




Class Activity hones skills, 
widens horizons, provokes 
thought. 



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The Day Continues . . . 





Mr. Ernest Viscarella takes a break? 
Mr. Bill Ray counsels a student. 



SHOPS: Auto Body, Auto Mechanics, Carpentry, Electronics, Machine, Metal Fabrication, Print- 
ing. Where precise skills are practiced, where the craftsman is forged. 











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Work, learning, and finally, people. 






Class Officers — Class of 1972 
Waltham Vocational High School 

President — Robert Calabufalo 
Vice President - Emory Le Blanc 
Treasurer — Martin Hietch 
Secretary — William Quirk 

... the day ends, of 
course, but only to begin 
again; in work, in life. 



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FACULTY 




Drama Club 




President — David Duddy 
Vice President — Martha Meade 
Secretary — Lee Ann Rooney 
Treasurer — Tom Saulnier 



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An array of magnificent 

productions: The Crucible; Mad 

Woman of Chaillot; Fiddler on the 

Roof; Monkey's Paw; Sorry, Wrong Number, 

and the Talent Show were presented 

this year under the direction of a 

formidable staff: Mr. Robert Eagle, Mrs. 

Karen DeMauro and drama enthusiasts. 

An art was presented. 






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The Madwoman 
of Chaillot 




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The 
Crucible 



This moving drama by Arthur Miller 
highlighted the magnificent acting abil- 
ity of the students at Waltham High 
School. Each character was involved in 
a dramatic struggle against the con- 
forming forces of society. 

The Crucible was entered in the 1972 
Drama Festival in Chelmsford and al- 
though it did not place in the finals, the 
cast put forth a commendable effort. 







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1972 Talent Show 

This year's talent show displayed the hidden resources of 
the students at WHS. Under the misguided direction of those 
four infamous emcees: Dave Stepp, Larry Devlin, Jan Procyk 
and Bob Withrow, an extraordinary evening was presented. 




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150 



French 
Club 




First row: Mr. Marcel Karian. Second row: Martha Meade (vice-president). 




Spanish 
Club 



First row: Lisa Taillacq, Sue Aucoin, Joyce Centola. Second row: Joan Callahan, Carol Merritts. Maureen Donlan. 
Nancy Oulette, Annemarie Moran. Third row: Loretta Sampson. Jan Reilly, Kathy Pidgeon, Maureen Nardone. 
Marie Dominijiani, Mr. Signus. 



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Italian 
Club 



First row: Marie Dominijiani, Lisa Taillacq. Joyce Centola, Diane Gaudet. Mary Vanaria. Ellen Cardarelli. Second row: 
Linda Pinzone. Guy Novello. Pat Vanaria. Sam Cetrano. Cindy Palmiotto. Third row: Ciro Fei. Diane LeBlanc. Adeline 
Mega Gail Santamaria, David Rosi Maureen Nardone. Donna Randolf. Cheryl Santangelo, Mr. Pizzi. 



Italian 

Honor 

Society 




First row: Lisa Taillacq. Karen Doherty, Susan Belliveau. Diane Gaudet. Second row: Ciro Fei, Pat Vanaria. Sam 
Cetrano. Peter Mancuso. Third row: Kathy Juliano, Debbie Mula. Ellen Cardarelli, Mr. Pizzi, Terry Calarese. Maureen 
Nardone. Diane LeBlanc. 



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Latin 
Club 




First row: Karen Cybulslci, Loretta Sampson, Joanne Olsen, Sook Yeu, Linda Cooper, Veronica Kabelka, Kathleen Maguire. 
Second row: John Dineen, Eddie Greene, Marie Cormier, Michael Petricone (Neptune), Ray Boisseau, Stephen Arena, Daniel 
Link, Kathleen Cormier. Third row: Jackie DeVincent, Irma Dube, Cindy Palmiotto, Regina Ryan, Joan Callahan, Margaret 
Cronin, Janet Bluitein, Mary O'Rielly, Patricia Daly, Joyce Kilday, Mrs. Malenfant. 




Russian 
Club 



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Ger- 
man 
Club 




First row: Shelley Perron. Cookie Michelson, Nancy Dietrich, Loretta Samson, Debbie Cormier, Judy Polk, Martha Meehan, Jennifer Chase, 
Barbara Sharpe, Betsey Doucette. Second row: Margaret Cronin (Secretary), David Wilson, Matthew Muir, Bill Smith, Mike Eastman, David 
Johnson. Larry Clough, Marty Edmunds (Vice President), Paul Dosier. Third row: Mr. Yarkin, Joan Callahan, John Cash, Walter Bibliko* 
(President), Larry Sorenson, Alex Voulgaropoulos, Steve Kaloyanides (Treasurer), Marty Brophy, Kevin Delacey, John Clarke, Tom Lamattina 
Keith MacPhearson, Marvin Griff, Miss Fryer. 




Greek 

Folk 

Dancing 



First row: Steve Kaloyanides. Margaret Cronin, Joe Graziosi. Second row: Mrs. Kefalas, Alex Voulgaropoulos, Martha Meade, 
Mike Eastman, Vicky Anthony, Marty Edmunds, Janet Towne. 



154 




Ski Club 



Killington, Stowe, 

Cannon, Loon, Switzerland. 

There they go up the lifts and 

down the trails. With the wind, 

the ski club members challenged the 

icy slopes of winter wonderlands. 



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First row: Nancy Rea, David Duddy, Barbara Sharpe, Martha Meade (Secretary), Cathi Degenhardt, Dana Lashway (Chairman), 
Dave Doucette (Vice President). Second row: David Wilson, Margaret Cronin, Mark Burstein (President), Paul Richard, Fred 
Walter (Secretary), Carol Palmiotto (Treasurer), Joe Graziosi (Historian), Steve Kaloyanides, Marc Lashway. 



Debate 
Club 




Seated: Nancy Rea, Margaret Cronin. Standing: Paul Richard, David Wilson, Fred Walter, Joe Grazio 



156 



This 

Week 

at 

Waltham 

High 




Pat Vanaria, Janet Blustein, Walter Bibikow, Jean Callahan (editor), Sue Aucoin, Mau- 
reen Donlan. 




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Crier 



Front row: Joyce Centola, Cookie Michelson, Nicky Leeber, Diane Christopher (co-editor- 
in-chief), Martha Meade. Second row: Fred Walters, Steve Arena, Roy LeBlanc, Dave Dou- 
cette (editor-in-chief), Dave Duddy. Third row: Margie Pearlman, Nancy Crossman, Walter 
Bibikow, Tim Powers, Judie Cate, Ed Kokidko, Marvin Griff, Margaret Cronin, Gail Maho- 
ney. Missing: Carol Palmiotto. 



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Pioneer 
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Future 
Teachers 

of 
America 





Seated: Chris Black, Judy Connors, Cheryl Santangelo, Peggy Oulette, Barbara Sharpe. Standing: Debbie 
Wybierella, Sue Brophy, Barbara Strom, Roberta Franks, Diane Talanian. Missing: Debbie Mula. 




Future 
Nurses 

of 
America 



•st row: Marion Fitzpatrick, R.N.; Diane Gaudet. Diane LeBlanc. Jean Rigoli. R.N. Second row: Mary Beth Cordon, 

annine Hancock, Patricia Kane. 



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Student 
Council 




Carol Palmiotto (Corresponding Secretary), Annemarie Moran (President), Adeline Mega (Re- 
cording Secretary), Tom Bordenca (Boys' Vice-President), Bob Withrow (Treasurer), Karen Sira- 
gusa (Girls' Vice-President). 




First row: Lisa Taillacq (Secretary), Martha Meade, Barbara Sharpe, Karen Doherty, Roberta French, Sue Aucoin, 
Cookie Michelson, Debbie Wybierella. Second row: Dave Doucette (President), Dave Duddy (Treasurer), Steve Arena, 
Bob Withrow, Fred Walter. Third row: Margaret Cronin, Maureen Donlan, Joe Graziosi, Pat Vanaria, Dave Douglas, 
Marie Cormier, Jay Byrne, Tom Regan, Louis Giorgetti, Janet Towne, Joan Callahan, Paul Richard. Fourth row: 
Cathy Caci, Judy Baginsky, Ellen Cardarelli, Bill Nett, Loretta Samson, Chris McHugh (Vice President), Terry Ca- 
larese, Annemarie Moran, Janet Blustein, Carol Palmiotto, Janice Donato, Gail Cormier, Maureen Nardone, Beth 
Crane. Missing: Debbie Mula, Susan McManus. 



Nationa 

Honor 

Society 




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Library 
Aid 



First row: Francine Catone, Judy Murray, Debbie Totagrande, Pam Silva, Sally Collett. Second row: Nancy Raguso. Kathy 
Fox. Third row: Bernard Hannon. Fourth row: Bill Bowen, Janelle Peterson, Dave Jackson. 



A.V. 
Staff 




First row: Paul Gullotti, Paul Meli, Jimmy Peterson, Nicky Leeber. Walter Page. Bruce Lawler, Tony Conran, Steve Scott, Hong 
Chin. Second row: John Ledger, Tim Powers, Paul Wanberg, Robert McGann. Joe Bergantino. Peter Streck. Carl Streck. Mike 
Ward, Paul Leonard, Tommy Snyder. Third row: Kevin Cote. Arthur Gullotti. Joe Attardo. Eddie Kokidko. Cliff Mason. Joe Goode. 
Jimmy Regan, Mike Albanese, Alex Voulgaropolous, Paul LeBlanc. Keith Whitmore, Jeff Renna. Fourth row: Jean Nadeau. Nancy 
Taylor, Cookie Michelson. Missing from photo: Mr. Robert Schubert. Tom Muldoon. Billy Wanberg. John Cetrano. and Irwin. 



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Peter Kennedy 

Conductor of the Waltham High School 

Chorale and Chorus 



Music 
Department 




Thomas Ferrante 
Conductor of the Waltham High 
Studio Orchestra 



Thomas Dumas 

Conductor of the Waltham High School 

Crimson Band 





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Julie Blanchard; Richard Herman; Peter Nyren; Constantine Sgouros; Paul Shea, Director of Ai 





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Audio-Visual Department 




Ralph Nelson, Director of Visual Education; Felix Giardina, Jr.; Robert Schubert. 




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Guidance and Health 





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Francis Curran, Director of Guidance; Margaret Nolan, Asst. Director; Cornelia Sylvester, School Adjustment Counselor; 
George Fahey, School Adjustment Counselor; Maria Canezza, John Clifford, Lawrence Elliot, Sarah Giacalone, Jane Grace, 
Anthony Mrugala. 





James Tedesco, Director of Health Education 



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Social Studies Department 




Edward Burke; Susan Cairnes; Esther Carney; Elizabeth Collins; Stephen Goodwin; Theo- 
dore Jacobs; Roberta Kanarek; Mary Kellermann; Nancy Kunkle; Marvin Owens; Gerald 
Rauch; Saul Richman, Department Head; Richard Sullivan; Harold Walker; Susan Witwer. 





171 



Math Department 




John Ambrose, Elizabeth Bowen, Beatrice Feldman, Thomas Foley, William Harrington, Elaine 
Hayes, Russell Kassatly, Louis LeBlanc, Thomas Leverone, James McDonnell, Leon Meader, John 
Regan, John Sheehan, Terrence Sweeney, Jr., Anthony Vallely, George Viens, William Young. 




Thomas G. Lynch, Supervisor of Mathematics 



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Science Department 




Evelyn Coppell; Alden Eames, Department Head; Carol Ann Gracefa; 
Stephen Grant; Julia Kerr; Dr. Rosa Kubin; Barbara Macko; Richard Mc- 
Knight; Sonya McKnight; Mary Overman; Geraldine Palmer; Charles Re- 
zutti; Jane Roman; Paul Thorpe; Raymond Yetten 





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Business Department 




Peter Baldassari; Thomas Cappucci; Bernard Collins; Constance Dorin; David Emerson; Albert Flight, Head of 
Department; Colette Giroux; Joseph Hall; Margaret Hogarty; Thomas Keon; Marguerite Marr; Cecilia Misseri; 
Mary Mooney; Marie Morris; Katharine Murphy; Richard O'Neil; David Opie; Kim Plumridge; Margaret Snow; 
Eleanor Tahaney 




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Foreign Language Department 







Eugenie Andreassian; Therese Aucoin; Virginia Betts, Department Head; Delia Cheng; Elizabeth Fryer; 
Esther Johnson; Marcel Karian; Mario Magno; Eleanor Pacitti; Beniamino Pizzi; Madeline Quinn; John H. 
Schumann; Richard Signes; B. Donald Thibault; Stephen Triantafel, Director of Foreign Languages; Larry 
Yarkin. 






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English Department 




Donna Apelian; Barbara Chabot; Richard Collins; Alisca Czarnowski; Katherine Devane; John Dorsey; Rosemary Geary; 
Alicia Haley; Albert Healey; Karen Holland; Margaret Huck; Anastasia Kefalas; Edward Matthews; Joan McCourt; 
John Nicholson; Donald Prohovich; Michael Rose; Sally Rypkema; Lillian Shirley; Ira Steinberg, Gerald Tierney; Joseph 
Travaline; Barbara Ward; Lucy Windsor; Barbara Krysiak, Head of Department. 



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Reading 

Lois Stone and George Tyner 





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M u If i- Media Center 




Lotte Blustein, Eleanor Kilgore, Mildred Nelson, Esther Wiley 





Library Aides 



Frances Flynn, Library Media Specialist 



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Industrial Arts — Work-Study 




Donald Drew; John Holihan; Henry LaRosee; William Nolan; Roy Talanian; Edward Dollard, Co-Ordinator Work- 
Study Program. 







Albert Healy, Shop Study Program and Work Experience 



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Home Economics 




Janice Dunlap; Mary Johnson, Head of Department; June Maclure; Gracey Magrath; Amy Von Arx. 





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Service Staff 




John Murphy, Supervisor; Charles Hopkins; Daniel Pratt; Charles Jacobs; William Kinnucane; Raymond LaRosee; Albert LeBlanc- 
George Lyons; Arthur McGurnn; Charles Maxfeild, Jr.; Ralph Parkhurst; Jerome Rizzo; Arnold Storlazzi; Francis Strazzullo. 




Peter Caliandro, Director of Food Service; Marguerite Abelli; Beatrice Abelli: Beatrice Andy: 
Lorraine Arena; Flora Carpentino; Jane Chambers; Gertrude Chicco; Rose Cipriano; Evelyn 
DeMelle; Domenica Divito; Margaret Douglas; Violet Finamore: Ruth Fletcher: Cecilia Grant: 
Catherine S. Huegel; Catherine Juliano; Barbara Kelley; Alice Long: Joan Lahey: Marian 
Mansfield; Estella Mauro; Marian Miller; Irene Orifice: Marjorie Ralph: Connie Richard: 
Karen Russell; Betty Russo; Marie Ryan; Joan Santos: Margaret Sjostedt; Lottie Stafford: 
Margaret Thomas; Elizabeth Thorne. 



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Tri-Captains: John Boudreau, John Brown, Bill Foley. 




Hold that line. 



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Elvin lays it up. 




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Golf 




They're par on any course. 



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Track 





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Steve Gauret with the handoff. 




Alex, Tom, and Steve showing how it's done. 



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I had my Cheerios. 



It isn't having tour legs. 




You better not! 





You're what! 



Just give me your phone number and 
you tonight. 




Who wants to play catch. 



Show us Brad. 



Quicksand. 



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Baseball 





Captain: Chuck Nestor 




The bunt is on. 



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First row: Nancy Murray, Karen Lawton, Pam Sears, Heidi MacArthur, Terry Leger, Melinda Miller, Chris- 
tine Howard, Karyn Altman. Second row: Susan Hamilton, Mary Beth Carney, Terry Calarese, Peggy Reed 
(Captain), Mrs. Allen (Coach), Janet Conti, Lisa Kenderes, Donna Randolph, Ann McLaughlin. 



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10 




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3rockton 


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Cambridge 


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Latin 


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Newton North 


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Brockton 


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Cambridge 


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Latin 


10 




15 




15 




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Arlington 


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3 




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First row: Valerie Viles. Debbie Hachey, Sandra Place. Second row: C 1 -' 
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Varsity Basketball 




First row: Ellen Andrews, Cheryl Meliones, Betsy Condon (Captain), Chris Howard. Second row: Mary 
Gereroso, Sandy Place, Susan Brophy, Patty Fitzgerald. Third row: Kim Day, Debbie Hackey, Debbie Hill, 
Paula Cericola. 



J.V. Basketball 




First row: Ann Marie DiLuca, Dale Colantropo (Co-Captain), Donna Gabrielli 
(Co-Captain), Kathy Noke. Second row: Valerie Viles, Janet Conti, Terry 
Leger, Sue Hines. Third row: Roberta McLennan, Jean Nadeau, Mary Beth 
Carney, Sarah Brodrick. 





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Cambridge 


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30 


Arlington 


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35 


Brookline 


33 


30 


Brockton 


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36 


Newton 


38 


30 


Cambridge 


24 


55 


Newton 


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31 


Arlington 


29 


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Brookline 


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26 


Brockton 


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First row: Elaine Dunham, Linda Cooper, Barbara Sharpe, Betty Johnston, Nancy Marston, Janet Conti. 
Second row: Mary Antonellis, Kim Day, Carol Brunacinni, Carol Palmiotto, Terry Calarese (Captain), Mrs. 
Allan (Coach), Debbie Lee, Mary O'Rielly (Manager). 



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Brookline 


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Waltham 





Newton 


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Waltham 





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Waltham 


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Waltham 


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Arlington 


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Waltham 


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Brookline 


3 


Waltham 


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Newton 


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Waltham 


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Waltham 


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Latin 


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20 


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5 


6 


Newton 




13 


12 


Brookline 




13 


7 


Brockton 




7 


9 


Cambridge 


Latin 


10 


4 


Arlington 






Cancelled 



5 wins — 4 losses 



First row: Karen Meliones, Theresa Leger, Cheryl Meliones (Captain), Susan 
Hines, Pamela Sears. Second row: Valerie Viles, Sandra Place, Mary Pat Mc- 
Carthy, Miss Castros (Coach). Missing: Jackie DeVincent, Patricia Fitzgerald, 
and Patricia Riggs. 




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Mr. Dorsey 



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Mr. Nelson 



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class of '73 was held at Waltham High School. 

Lynne Cannistraro was chosen as the queen, with Nancy 
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Mr. Collins 



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Mr. Kassately 




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Mrs. Czarnowski 





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Miss Overman 



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Mrs. Palmer 



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Miss Huck 



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Mrs. Graceffa 



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Mrs. Kerr 



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Mrs. Meir 



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Miss Coppell 




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Mr. Matthews 





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Mr. Owens 



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Mr. Baldassari 



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Mr. Nicholson 





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Mr. Opie 



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Miss Cairnes 



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Mrs. Kellerman 





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Miss Kunkle 



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Mr. Keon 





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Mr. Rauch 



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Mr. Peter J. Kennedy 
Business Advisor 



Mr. John S. Nicholson 
Literary Advisor 






The Mirror 1 972 



Business Staff: 

Editors: 

Cathy Caci 
Gary Cardone 
Mary Condon 
Gail Cormier 
Tom Devane 
Kevin Mulvaney 
Robert Withrow 

Art Work: 

Paul Naughton 
Steve Parrish 



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Editors: 

Susan Brophy 

Betsy Condon 

Jane Cooper 

Suellen Grantham 

Ann Hessian 

Michael Mezzarini 

Christine McHugh 

Martha Meade 

Deborah Mula 

Carol Palmiotto 

Timothy Powers 
Additional Photography: 

Joseph Apprusseze 

Walter Bibikow 
Cover Design: 

Deborah Luke 



A Senior Remembers 

Dedicated to "Mr. Physics" 



Tom Baillio 

Ed Boudreau 

Mark Burstein 

John Cash 

Steve Celucci 

Laura Coulter 

Mr. Grant 

Liz Hughes 

Peter Kidd 

Kurt Koskinen 

Paul Mancuso 

John McCusker 

Mr. McKnight 

Mike Moore 

Bill Nett 

Charlie Partain 

Carmen Patuto 

Ted Ricketts 

Bill Rogge 

Fred Walter 

Mark Wilson 

Bob Withrow 

and "3" Anonymous Admirers 




Compliments of 




community notional bank 

A Shawmut Association Bank • 80 Concord Street • Framingham Ma 01701 ■ (617) 875-5221 



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FRIENDS OF 



Dr. Sydney J. Allman 
Drs. Freda and Peter Beer 
A. P. Bloomenthal, M.D. 
Warren Bolton, Esquire 
Arnold S. Brill, M.D. 
Joseph J. Caravaglio, M.D. 
Felix E. Cincotta, Esquire 
Ira Flaschner, M.D. 
Irwin I. Getz, D.D.S. 
Richard J. Gullotti, Esquire 
Harvey, Bannan, and Bannan 
Dr. Joshua Hurwitz 



Anonymous 

Edward T. Bigham, Jr., Esquire 
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Bochman 
Morris J. Bordenca, M.D. 
Douglas E. Butman, M.D. 
Lynn D. Chafee, M.D. 
Arthur Finn, Esquire 
Flynn and Flynn, Attorneys 
Thomas J. Giblin, Jr., M.D. 
Irad B. Hardy, M.D. 
Joseph A. Holmes, M.D. 



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WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 



Donald D. Hutchings, M.D. 

Dr. Frederick A. Katwick, D.S.C. 

Dr. Donald McCaughan 

Dr. Louis Mega 

John L. Morrison, M.D. 

Dr. Norman Paster 

Dr. Harold B. Reilly 

Robert M. Sainato, D.M.D. 

James V. Smith, Atty. 

Eliot A. Tanner, C.P.A. 

Robert H. Wheelock 

Elliot D. Winograd, D.D.S. 



Francis E. Jenny, John B. Jenny and 

John B. Jenny, Jr. 

Dr. Joseph L. Lewis 

John C. McManama, M.D. 

Joseph F. Merola, M.D. 

Dr. Jack A. Namias, D.D.S. 

Florentino P. Pina, M.D. 

John J. Ryan, M.D. 

Nicholas J. Semenza, M.D. 

John D. Sweeney, M.D. 

Dr. Vito A. Zolla, D.M.D. 



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817 MOODY STREET 

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Insurance 



Compliments 
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CONTRACTING 
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129 RUSSELL ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 
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Best Wishes 

to 

The Class of 72 

PARTY NOOK 

9 MOODY ST. 899-8840 



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Class of 1972 




GUARANTY TRUST 




COMPANY 


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Congratulations to The Graduating Class 

of 72 



NEWTON SAVINGS BANK 



256 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



DIAMONDS 



WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 

3 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 

Waltham High School Rings 

Diamonds — Watches — Siftware 

Repairs and Engraving 



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PAMELA BAKER 



CAROL BENNETT 



JOHN BERGANTINO 



LYNN BERGIN 



ELISE BYRON 



ARNOLD BIZZOZERO 



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CORRINE BLEYLE 




JANET BLUSTEIN 
RICHARD BOGOSIAN 
BEVERLY BOISSEAU 
THEODORE BONICA 
THOMAS BORDENCA 
WILLIAM BORDENCA 
STEWART BOSSMAN 
PATRICIA BOSWORTH 
JULIANN BOUCHER 
ODETTE BOUCHER 
EDWARD BOUDREAU 
JOHN BOUDREAU 
MAUREEN BOUDREAU 



MICHELE BOUDREAU 



HENRY BOURGEOIS 



JOSEPH BOZAK 



JUDITH BRANDT 
PATRICIA BRANNELLY 
DIANE BREAU 



ADRIAN MURRAY 



PIERRE SYLVESTER 



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KAREN BUTLER 



HARRY BROCK 



MARTIN BROPHY 



SUSAN BROPHY 



JOHN BROWN 



MARY BROWN 



STEPHEN BURGESS 



EILEEN BURKE 



TIMOTHY BURKE 



MARK BURSTEIN 



BARBARA BUSHARD 



STEPHEN BUTCHER 



JAY BYRNE 



STEPHEN CACCIOLA 



CATHERINE CACI 



PATRICIA CAISEY 



JOAN CALLAHAN 



THOMAS CALLAHAN 




WAYNE CAMPBELL 



PAULA CAMPOSANO 



BRIAN CANE 



PETER CANNISTARO 



JOANNE CANNISTARO 



MICHAEL CANNISTRARO 



CARMELO CAPIZZI 



NANCY CAPPADONA 



SHEILA CAISEY 



JOHN CARAMANICA 



LEONARD DENTE 



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THOMAS ARMSTRONG 
STEPHEN ARNOLD 
SUSAN ARNO 
WILLIAM ARSENAULT 
JOHN BEECY 
BRUNA AISMONDO 



JOHN ANTONELLIS 
MARY JO ARENA 
ROBERT ARENBURS 
CAROLYN ARNOLD 
JAMES ARNOLD 
KENNETH ARNOLD 
NANCY ARNOLD 



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JUDITH ABELLI 
NANCY ADAMS 
STEPHEN AHLMAN 
CLAUDETTE ALLAIN 
DANIEL ALLEN 
JOSEPH ALLESANDRO 
PETER ALLIA 
GERALD ALTRICH 
MARY AMELIA 
CAROL ANDERSON 
PAULA ANGELO 



MARY ANTONELLIS 
PATRICIA AUBERT 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 
JOYCE AUCOIN 
KAREN AUCOIN 
MARIE AUCOIN 
RICHARD AUCOIN 
SUSAN AUCOIN 
JOSEPH AVERY 
MAX BABURINS 
JUDY BAGINSKY 
DIANE BAIA 
CARLA BAILEY 
THOMAS BAILLIO 



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LAWRENCE BAKER 
RICHARD BALLO 
GARY BARDSLEY 
ROBERT BARKER 
HUGH BARNES 
JAMES BARRILE 
GREGORY BARRON 



GERARD BEAUDOIN 
MAUREEN BEAULIEU 
KATHY BECKWITH 
DEBORAH BECK 
RONALD BELLIVEAU 
OSCAR BONILLO 
BARBARA BOUDREAU 




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CAROL ANTHONY 
CARLA ABRAMSON 
PAUL ADAMAITIS 
PAUL AGRILLO 
MICHAEL ALBANESE 
CARMAN ALICEA 
DEBRA ALLEN 
EDWARD ALLIA 
JOSEPH ALONGI 
KARYN ALTMAN 
THERESE ANDY 
DIANE ANTICO 
LOUIS ANTICO 
LEONA AUCOIN 




JONI ARANCIO 
RICHARD ARAUJO 
RICHARD ARENBURG 
ANNMARIEARSENAULT 
MAUREEN ARSENAULT 
PAUL AUCOIN 



MICHELLE ARSENAULT 
PAULETTE ARSENAULT 
MICHAEL ARUTUNIAN 
SHARON ASPINWALL 
JOSEPH ATTARDO 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 



DAVID DEMARCO 
SUSAN DEMEO 
JOANNE DENNEHY 
DANIEL DEPROFIO 
SUZANNE DEPRES 
DAVID DEVANE 



JAMES DEVEAU 
JACQUELYNE DEVINCENT 
DENISE DEVLIN 
DARLENE DEVOE 
PATRICK DIGREGORY 
ANNMARIE DILUCA 



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JOHN DINEEN 
ROBERT DION 
DOREEN DISANZA 
KEVIN DOHERTY 
MARGARET DOHERTY 
PATRICIA DOHERTY 
FRANCIS DOMURAT 
DONALD DOUCETTE 
KEVIN DOUCETTE 
LAURETTA DOUCETTE 
JANIS DOUCETTE 
SUZANNE DOUGLAS 



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IT'S A BETTER WORLD 

A better world awaits you, 

Class of '72; 

With your eagerness and knowledge, 

The future's up to you. 

The hope of peace in our entire world 
Is showing us the way; 
For a better life for everyone, 
Improving day by day. 

You have so much to offer, 
The door is opened wide, 
And man does not do battle, 
With the brother by his side. 

It's a beautiful world awaiting you, 
Please help to keep it so; 
Preserve our land and mountain streams, 
For other people to know. 

Guided by all that you have learned, 
With hope an eternal flame, 
You now must meet the challenge, 
You have a world to gain. 

A better world awaits you, 
Class of '72; 

We place our future in your hands, 
And now it's up to you. 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE OFFICE 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 



LOU KIRSCH, 3rd 



WELTON D. BROWN 



CLYDE F. JOSLYN, JR. 



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THIS IS THE LOOK OF 
FORMALWEAR, LTD. 

WALTHAM 

Our formal attire will be as fitting for 
your wedding as it was for your prom. 

Remember us in the years to come. 



Jim McElroy, Jr. 



Roger McElroy 



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JANE MARCHAND 



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KENNETH MARCOU 



ANN MARTIN 



GORDON MARTIN 



VIRGINIA MARTIN 



LOUIS MASON 




SUSAN MASON 
LYN MAZZARINI 
DONNA McCALL 
MICHAEL McCALL 
JACQUELYN McCARTJ 

joanne McCarthy 
john McCarthy 
karen McCarthy 

KATHLEEN McCARTm 
DANIEL McCLUSKEY 

doreen Mcdonald 
elizabeth mcdonali 

george Mcdonald 
robert Mcdonald 

JOHN McGANN 
ROBERT McGANN 
SUSAN McGANN 



JAMES McGINTY 



GERALD McGOVERN 



JUDITH McGOVERN 



KEVIN McGOVERN 



MARJORIE McKENNA 



JANE McNAMARA 



MATTHEW McNAMARA 



FRANCIS MELANSON 



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LINDA PAGLIAZZO 



EVA PAGNANI 



CYNTHIA PALMIOTTO 



DAVID PANJIAN 



LORRAINE PARK 



MARYLOU PASCISCIA 
DEBRA PATANO 
VIRGINIA PAYNE 
MARJORIE PEARLMAN 
ROBERT PEDERSEN 
SUSAN PEIRCE 
JEANNINE PELLETIER 
LINDA PELLETIER 
ROBERT PELTIER 
SCOTT PENNY 
LINDA PENZONE 
BARBARA PERRON 
DANIEL PERUZZI 
MICHEAL PETRICONE 
GLORIA PETRIE 
JOHN PINZONE 
NANCY PLACE 




BARBARA POIRIER 



DONALD POIRIER 



JOHN POISSON 



MARION PUGLISI 



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the path may lead, please accept our best 
wishes for your future success and happiness. 



The Savingest Bank 




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702 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 894-3064 

Weston Branch: Weston Center, 432 Boston Post Rd. 894-5576 

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of 



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AND 

HILLCREST FUNCTION ROOM 

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PARTY PLATTERS-HORS D'OEUVRES 



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MARY CONDON 
LINDA CONNOLLY 
JOSEPH CONNORS 
JUDITH CONNORS 
LESLIE CONNORS 
BERNADETTE CONNOR 
MARYELLEN CONTY 
JANE COOPER 
DAVID CORACCIO 
KATHLEEN CORCORAN 
MAURA CORCORAN 
NANCY CORCORAN 



BRENDA CHICCO 
DEBORAH CHICCO 
DIANE CHRISTOPHER 
DEBRA CLARKE 
CHERYL CLARK 
THOMAS CLARK 
MARIAN CLOHERTY 
RICHARD CLOONAN 
JULIE COLLINS 
FRANK COLLURA 
EILEEN COMEAU 
ELIZABETH CONDON 



ROBERT CORCORAN 
DEBORAH CORMIER 
GAIL CORMIER 
DONALD CORMIER 
DOUGLAS COOK 




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IRMA DUBE 
MICHAEL EASTMAN 
GEORGE ECONOMO 
NANCY EDGAR 
MARGARET EDMUNDS 
DONALD EISAN 
CAROL ELANDER 
RICHARD ELLIS 
ROBERT EMMETTS 
LUCY ERBA 
ANNE ERICKSON 



FRANK EVERETT 
JAMES FAHEY 
MARLIN FARLONE 
ELAINE FARRELL 
SHEILA FARRELL 
CHARLES FAULSTICH 
CIRO FEI 
LOIS FERRO 
KENNETH FERRY 
FRED FERSON 
KENNETH FESTOG 



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SUSAN FEILDING 
MARY FURDON 
DENISE ENIK 
RANDA ERICKSON 



269 



BEST WISHES 
FROM 

MISS COLLINS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JACKSON'S GARAGE 
1037 MAIN STREET 



ANDERSONS BAKERY 

465 MAIN STREET 
894-4683 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

463 MAIN STREET 
WALTHAM 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ANDERSON FLORIST 
196 MOODY STREET 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THOMAS C. JOYCE CO. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

N. S. WOOD, D.M.D. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

JOHN D. MEOLA, D.D.S. 



ROSE MARIE LEPICEK 
BARBARA LIUZZO 
JOSEPH LIVOLI 



KEVIN LOCKE 
DIANE LORD 
ERIK NYREN 



CLYDE LENNON 




ROGER LEBLANC 
RONALD LEBLANC 
SANDRA LEBLANC 
STELLA LEBLANC 
JANICE LEFORT 
RONALD LEGERE 
BRENDA LEGER 
EDITH LEIGHTON 
LUCY LEMENT 
EDWARD LENZA 
JUDITH LENZA 
JANICE LEOMBRUNO 



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361 



MARY LORETTE 
DAVID LOVETT 
BERYL LOWELL 
MARGUERITE LUCCHESE 
ED LUNDERVILLE 
EDWARD LYONS 
JANICE MACCAGNANO 
DEBORAH MACDONALD 
BRUCE MACDOWELL 
CAROLE MACINNIS 
DONALD MADAGLIA 
DENIS MAHONEY 
GAEL MAHONEY 




JAYNE MAHONEY 
DIANE MAILLET 
DONALD MAILLET 
IVAN MAILLET 
ANGELA MALLOZZI 
GEORGE MARA 



LYDIA MALLOZZI 
JOSEPH MALONE 
JOYCE MANGAN 
PATRICIA MANCIE 
JOANNE MANGINI 
TIMOTHY McGRATH 



MICHAEL MANKO 
CHERYL MANNING 
GALE MANNING 
CHERYL MANNION 
ROBERT MANSUR 
PATRICIA MAHONEY 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

Quality Cold Cuts 
SUBMARINES TO GO 

893-9527 



TEL. 894-0082 



451 MOODY ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 



TONY IANNUZZI 
Owner 



Albert's Photo Studio 

WEDDINGS — PORTRAITS — CHILDREN 

GROUPS 



CANDIDS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 MOODY ST., WALTHAM 



WILLARD JEWELRY 

Expert Watch Repairing 

721 Moody Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 894-5962 



Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEYS SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 

KEVIN RITCEY 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
FLYNN & FLYNN 
41 1 MAIN ST. — WALTHAM 



IDEAL CLEANERS & DYERS 
OF 
WALTHAM 

582 MOODY STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WALTHAM PHARMACY 

and 

MOODY SPA 

MOODY STREET, WALTHAM 



271 



Compliments 
of 



HOLIDAY INN 

of Boston — Waltham 

(Winter St. Exit 48 and 48E) 

Totton Pond Road at Rte. 

128 



WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 
Tele. 617 — 899-3000 



Restaurant 

Lounge 

Function Rooms 

Swimming 

Pool 



Compliments 
of 



GUTHRIE 
LUMBER 



COMPANY 

187 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



Best Wishes to The 
Class of 1972 





MIKEO'NEIL 
PHOTOGRAPHER 



Complete Photographic 
Service 

698 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Tel. 893-8607 



Compliments 
of 

EDWARD 

JEWELRY 

COMPANY 

246 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



272 



RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings" 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



2 1 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



273 



DAVID DENARO 

DIANE DENTY 



PAUL DEPASS 



321 



SUSAN DEPROFIO 



SUSAN DESCHENEAUX 



GORDON DEVOE 



CATHLEEN DIBONA 



NANCY DIETTRICH 




KEN DIMAGGIO 
WAYNE DIMATTEO 
ELIZABETH DION 

SANDRA DION 

STEPHEN DOE 

KAREN DOHERTY 

MARTHA DOHERTY 

MARY DOLLARD 

JOHN DONAHUE 

ANN DONOVAN 

PAUL DONOVAN 
ANDREA DOUCETTE 



BETSY DOUCETTE 



LAUREL DOUCETTE 



CYRIL DOUCET 



VICTOR DOUCET 



RICHARD DOUTHART 



JANICE DRUWING 



DAVID FOGG 



JOANNE FORKIN 



DEBORAH FORSYTH 



LINDA FOSTER 



274 




TERRY INGERSOLL 
ROSE JEFFERS 
LAWRENCE KRAHN 
CANDY HEROUX 



SUSAN HURLEY 
ELIZABETH HUGHES 
JUDITH HULL 
MARY HURLEY 



148 



THOMAS HEINTZ 
FLORENCE HEISER 
MOIRA HENNESSEY 
ANN HESSION 
GEORGE HIGGINS 
CAROL HILLSON 
VENESSA HODGE 
JANET HOFFMAN 
MARGARET HOGAN 
MICHAEL HOOVER 
JUDI HOWE 
LINDA HUBER 
JUDITH HOLLMAN 



PATRICIA KELLEY 
JOHN KOKIDKO 
KURT KOSKINEN 
FRED KRAMPITS 
ROLAND KUPRISS 
DIANNE LACROSSE 
KATHLEEN LALLY 
FRANK LAMATTINA 
LINDA LAMBERT 
DONALD LAMONT 
ANNE LANDRY 
GEORGE LANDRY 
JOHN LANDRY 



161 



ELAINE LANG 
LORINDA LAPORTE 
STEPHEN LARONDE 
SUSAN LAROSA 
RALPH LARRABEE 



DANA LASHWAY 
BRUCE LAWLER 
ALBERT LAWTON 
KATHLEEN LEACH 
CAMILLIEN LEBLANC 
PATRICK MAZZEO 



CATHERINE LEBLANC 
DIANE LEBLANC 
DONALD LEBLANC 
DOUGLAS LEBLANC 
LINDA LANDRY 




275 



Compliments 

of 

PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC. 

316 Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps — Gowns — Hoods 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



276 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 

CO., INC. 



Contractors — Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 



GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 



277 



Compliments 



of 



ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 



278 



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560 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 



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187 



Marleen Sinclair 
Deborah Vasquezi 
Shirley Viles 
Dorothy Vinciullo 
Diane Viscione 
John Visco 
Frank Vitale 
Linda Walker 
Lynne Wallace 
Fred Walter 
Paul Wanberg 



Michael Ward 
Paul Watson 
Cynthia Welch 
Walter Welch 
Steven Werblin 
James Whalen 
Marie White 
Andrew Wiggin 
Stephen Wilbur 
James Wilde 
Robert Wilde 



John Wilkins 
Jay Wilson 
Robert Withrow 
Debra Wybieralla 
Roberta Young 
Camille Zanghi 
Janis Zappalla 




280 



Laurie Simson 
Karen Siragusa 
Karen Skotland 
Stephanie Slater 
Thomas Sneider 
Larry Sorenson 
Matthew E. Stanton 
Mark Stashis 
Janice Steber 
Fred Stepanis 
James Stephen 



David Stepp 
David Strait 
James Stremeckus 
Barbara Strom 
Mark Sullivan 
Robin Sullivan 
Rosemary Sullivan 
Ellen Surette 
Joel Swartz 
Gregory Swartz 



188 




Janice Sweeney 
Joel Swenson 
Lisa Taillacq 
Maryann Tortorella 
Kathleen Steinhour 



281 






mMPM 
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DRIVING SCHOOL 

A MODERN SCHOOL WITH DUAL STEERING 




"SPECIAL CARE FOR THE NERVOUS & ELDERLY" 

4-4570 « 244-7850 

WALTHAM NEWTON 

AND ALL OTHER SURROUNDING TOWNS 



• 
• 




Free Door To Door Service 

Complete Teenage Driver Education Courses 

Good For Insurance Reductions Ages 16-25 

Patient Cr Understanding Instructors 

Written Cr Road Test Service 

Air Conditioned Cars 



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283 




320 



Michael Curtin 
Carol Dahlbeck 
Lynette Dahlin 
Shawn Daley 
Linda Daley 



Michael Daley 
Thomas Danforth 
Mark Danielson 
Brian Darcy 
William Darrah 



Kim Day 

Anna Degregoris 
Kevin Delacey 
Patricia Delaney 
Debra DeLacamera 
John Delmore 
Suzette Demarais 
Francis Demeo 
Lisa Demeo 
Teresa Demeo 
Michael Dilorenzo 



Gerald Greenwood 
Lori Haak 
Deborah Hachey 
John Haffey 
Barbara Hagg 
Paulette Halleran 
Phillip Hamann 



Paula Hachey 
Robert Hanley 
Mary Hanlon 
Steven Ha penny 
Brad Hargreaves 



Glenn Harris 
Janet Hartman 
Donna Hart 
Phyllis Hart 
Barbara Kaminsky 



328 




284 



125 



Marie Cormier 
Martin Cormier 
Patricia Cormier 
Robert Cormier 
Kevin Cote 
Sara Cotrone 
Patricia Coughan 
Laura Coulter 
Gary Coutard 
Marie Couture 
Donna Coxall 
Gerald Cox 
John Cox 
Jane Cripps 
Kevin Cripps 
Barry Cronin 
Margaret Cronin 
Thomas Currie 
Michael Curtis 




Louis Czuczwa 
Meredith Dahl 
Mary Daley 
Florence Darrah 
Michael Davis 
Julie Deamicis 



Kim Decola 
Michael Delaney 
Thomas Deleskey 
Daniel Dellacamera 
Janet Delmore 



David Durno 
Kathleen Dwyer 
Marilyn Eagan 
Michael Dunne 
James Donnelly 



Stephen Dowman 
Diane Dubie 
Donna Dubie 
Jeanne Dubie 
David Duddy 




Luana Berardinucci 
Janice Donato 
Maureen Donlan 
David Doucette 
John Doucet 
Sylvia Doucet 
David Douglas 
Brian Dowcett 
Ellen Dowcett 
Kathleen Dowcett 



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285 



272 



John Thibodeau 
Susan Thomas 
Jane Thurston 
Patricia Thursby 
Elizabeth Tierney 
Judith Tierney 
Joan Tomusko 
Michael Tracey 
Catherine Treacy 
Richard Trimble 
Thomas Turcotte 
John Tuscher 
John Tyman 
Stephen Urraine 



David Umbrello 
Sandra Vaccarello 
Alan Vanaria 
James Vanaria 
Philip Vanaria 
Dennis Vano 
Cynthia Velardi 
Geraldine Velardi 
Janet Veno 
Marissa Vidrich 
Valeri Viles 
George Vincuilla 
Stephen Vincuilla 
Carol Vitale 



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□D 



'Over Forty Years of Friendly Service' 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

893-4808 



IDEAL 
CONCRETE BLOCK 
CO. 



Manufacturers of Concrete 

and Masslite Blocks and Bricks 
Complete Line of Building Materials 

232 Lexington St. 
Waltham 
894-3206 



310 



Janice Abelli 
Christine Ahlstrom 
Daniel Alden 
Elizabeth Allen 
Peter Allen 
Nancy Anastasi 
David Anderson 
Ellen Andrews 
Pamela Angelo 
David Annecchiarico 
Victoria Anthony 
Deborah Antonellis 



Stephen Antonellis 
Angela Apruzzese 
Joseph Apruzzese 
Stephen Archdeacon 
Anthony Arena 
Jeanne Arena 
Frances Arnold 
Leslie Arnold 



286 



Compliments 
of 

1 WEST END 
1 CHEVROLET 

1 110 South St. 

Waltham, Mass. 


318 

Peter Canepari Susan Coleman 
Deborah Cincotta Bernadette Collura 
Robert Cincotta Paulette Comeau 
Douglas Claffey Frank Composto 
William Clarke Anne Connaughton 
Lawrence Clough Steven Conners 
Nancy Cobb Maureen Connolly 
Stephen Cobb Russell Connor 
Lawrence Coen Michael Cutler 
Dale Colantropo 


1 325 

David Faure Donna Gabrielli 
Sally Fitzgerald Joseph Gagnon 
Roberta Franks Patricia Gagnon 
Howard Freedman Nancy Gallagher 
Robert Freedman Paul Gallant 
Pamela French William Gamble 
Robert Frese Elizabeth Gandolfo 
Margaret Frye Denise Gardiner 
James Fucci Michael Garrity 
Russell Fullerton Fred Garvin 
Marcella Furdon Linda Gaudet 
Beth Furman Steven Gaudet 


LUNDEY ASSOCIATES, INC. 

694 Main Street Waltham 54, Mass. 

LUNDEY'S 

W.H.S. 

GRADUATES 

Elizabeth Lewis — Class of 1965 
Evelyn Forbes — Class of 1935 
Francis DiMatteo — Class of 1949 
Edward Englund — Class of 1926 
Frank Mooney III — Class of 1933 
Frank Mooney Jr. — Class of 1926 



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\ 


Compliments of 




FENTON G. KEYES 




ASSOCIATES 




Consulting 




Architect — Engineers 




267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 


MacNEIL ENGINEERING 




COMPANY, INC. 




CHAMP GOLF PRODUCTS 




TWinbrook 3-5100 




225 RIVERVIEW AVENUE 


^l 


WALTHAM 54, MASS. 





288 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the Members of the 

Class of 1972 



LEO GALLITANO 



Visit Us In Our New Home 

MIDDLESEX 

FAMILY 

CO-OPERATIVE 

BANK 

I 577 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



289 



"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world'' 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture," 

Phi Beta Kappa Address 




BIRD PRECISION JEWELS 

RICHARD H. BIRD & CO., INC. / 1 SPRUCE STREET / 
WALTHAM, MASS. 021 54 / TELEPHONE: 61 7 894-01 60 
TELEX: 923-441 BIRDJEWEL 



290 



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Compl 



Best Wishes 

to the 
"Class of 72" 



HEWLETT Jipj PACKARD 




MEDICAL ELECTRONICS DIVISION • 175 Wyman Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 TWX 710 324 0367 Telephone 617 890-6300 



291 



Joyce Jahrling 
James Jarvie 

Edward Jigarjian 
Karen Johnson 
Judith Joyal 
Kathy Juliano 

Stephen Kaloyanides 



152 




James Kamphaus 
Patricia Kane 
Claudia Kan- 
David Keane 
Patricia Keefe 
Susan Keefe 
Hugh Keegan 
Catherine Keenan 
Lorna Keith 
Ellen Kelley 
Kevin Kelly 



Nancy Kelly 
Laurie Kennen 
Deborah Kershaw 
Robert Kershner 
Alanna Kewer 
Peter Kidd 
Mary King 
Dana Kneeland 
Gail Kolcidlco 



292 



154 



Rosa La Salle 
Gerald LeBlanc 
Gerard LeBlanc 
Joseph LeBlanc 
Linda LeBlanc 
Roy LeBlanc 
Thelma LeBlanc 



Vincent LeBlanc 
Virginia LeBlanc 
Nicholas Leeber 
Donna Leger 
John Leger 
Michael Leger 
Nancy Lenza 
Richard Lenza 
Paul Leonard 
Christopher Lewis 
Ann Lillis 
Jayne Lincoln 
Rose Linihan 
John Link 
Janis Linstrom 




Kathy Lituri 

Susan Livermore 
Kathleen Logan 
Richard Logan 

Constance Lombardo 
Janice Long 
Donna Lopez 



293 



172 



Paul Naughton 
Charles Nestor 
William Nett 
Carol Nevard 
Dolores Nigro 
Peter Noble 
Robert Noke 
Jean Nolan 
Guy Novello 
Robert O'Brien 
Charlotte O'Connell 
Richard O'Dea 



Thomas Muldoon 
Charles Mullaney 
Chester Mullen 
Kevin Mulvaney 
Brian Murphy 
Janice Murray 
Karen Murray 
Kenneth Nadeau 
John Napoli 
Maureen Nardone 
Dennis Naughton 



Joseph O'Keefe 
Joanne Olsen 
Karen Omobono 
Joanne O'Reilly 
William O'Reilly 




294 



Anthony Orifice 
Philip Orifice 
Earl Osborn 
Dennis Oulette 
Donald Oulet+e 
Margaret Oulette 
Nancy Oulette 
Stephanie Pacheco 
Gary Palmer 
William Palmer 
Carol Palmiotto 
Kathleen Palumbo 



Stephen Parrish 
Charles Partain 
Carmen Patuto 
James Pedersen 
Beverly Pelletier 
Paulette Pelletier 
Shelley Perron 
Paul Phillips 
Rosanne Picariello 
Anthony Pilla 
Donna Pilla 
Kathy Pidgeon 



173 




Cynthia Poirier 
Judith Polk 
Pamela Porter 
Debra Post 
Tina Randolfi 



295 




365 



Steven Olbrys 
Elizabeth O'Mara 
Susan O'Reilly 
Sarah Orifice 
Joseph Ormond 
Paul Osganian 
Nancy Owens 



Joseph O'Brien 
Paul O'Brien 
Karen O'Connell 
Mary O'Connell 
Barbara O'Donnel 
Brian O'Halloron 
Jane Ohnemus 



Kim Munroe 
AnnMarie Murgo 
Alfred Murphy 
Susan Murphy 
Thomas Murphy 
James Murray 
Nancy Murray 
Stephen Najarian 
Hilary Nicholson 
Julia Nix 
Kathy Noke 
Thomas Noonan 



Joseph Sennett 
Peter Smerlas 
David Smith 
Linda Smith 
Paul Smith 
Peter Smith 
William Smith 



Karen Stratton 
Peter Streck 
Robert Strom 
Jay Sturm 
Catherine Sullivan 
James Sullivan 



Kathleen Sullivan 
Michael Sullivan 
Paula Sullivan 
Charles Sumner 
Chester Sutherland 
Susan Swarfz 



Nancy Sotille 
John Stahl 
Brian Stanton 
Michael Stanton 
Susan Stark 
David Stevens 
Janice Stivala 
Eric Stocki 
Joan Stohl 
Jean Stoney 



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296 



THE 

WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

BOOSTER'S CLUB 






"To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 

Waltham High School" 



Congratulations 
Class of 1972 

Best Wishes to The Graduating Class 

of 1972 From The Officers and 

Members of The 

Waltham High School Boosters Club 



P. O. Box 401 Waltham, Mass. 



297 




261 



Melinda Miller 
Roy Milner 
Patricia Monaghan 
Elizabeth Montgomery 
Mary Montooth 



Francis Montillo 
Karen Mooney 
Robert Mooney 
Michael Moore 
Rory Moore 



Patricia Moran 
Joseph Morreale 
Vincent Morreale 
Mary Moscato 
Eileen Moses 



Marsha Meade 
Cheryl Meliones 
Paul Meli 
John Mellow 
Donna Mesite 
John Messina 
Susan Milioto 
George Miller 
Marilyn Miller 



Matthew Muir 
Vincent Mula 
Sebastian Mula 



Patricia Riggs 
Laura Stocki 
Carl Streck 
Mary Sullivan 
Maureen Sullivan 
Shauna Sullivan 
Sheila Sullivan 
Karen Surrette 
Debbie Sutherland 
Patricia Swanton 
Brian Swenson 
Lisa Swenson 
Debbie Swyers 
Kim Sylvester 



Marie Sylvestre 
Robert Taranto 
Joyce Tavener 
Joseph Taylor 
Michael Tehan 
David Teller 



Deborah Terrano 
Diane Terrano 
Maria Testa 
Eric Thibodeau 
Anne Sullivan 
David Sullivan 



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298 



Compliments 
of 

National 

Honor 

Society 

Class 

of 

72 



299 



Compliments of 

MASS HARDWARE 

170 High St. Waltham 
893-6711 

Mon-Fri 8 A.M. — 9 P.M. 
Sat 8 A.M. — 6 P.M. 



TAYTERS 

POTATO 

CHIP COMPANY 

118 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Wal+ham High School Cafe 

is Supplied With The Best 

Potato Chips 

"Taylors" 



Compliments of 



286 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 



"YOUR TEEN STORE IN WALTHAM" 



GEORGE 

E. 

OLSON, 

INC. 

for 
MEN and BOYS 



Tele. 893-1088 
33 1 Moody St. 



300 



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MIDDLESEX 
MARKET 



765 Moody St. 
Waltham 
Mass. 



MacNABB 

ENGINEERING 

CO., INC. 



131 Lexington 


St 


Waltham, 


Mass. / ALLIA 


Telephone 


TW3-8400 


/ BROTHERS 








/ FRUIT & 








/ PRODUCE 


Precision Sheet Metal 

Fabricators 

For The 






/ 66 N. Boynton St. ^> 
Waltham S^ 


Electronics Industry 






Mass. ^r 



WALTHAM COAL 
& OIL CO., INC. 



691 Main Street 
894-0116 



Complete Oil Heating 
Service 



TELE- 
RADIO 



735 Moody St. 
894-2556 



Color T.V. 
Sales & 
Service 



Compliments 
of 



WALTHAM 
WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORP. 

591 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Co. 



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19 Crescent St. 



NEWALL COMPANY 



107 
Moody Street 



301 



893-1345 
244-2489 




PIETY 

CORNER 

NURSING 

HOME 



JOHN P. McQUEEN 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 



325 Bacon St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 



BAYSTATE 

FLORIST 

SUPPLY, INC. 

285 Bear Hill Road 
Wal+ham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 



TOM LYONS 



Insurance 
of 
Every Description 

and 
Bonds 



828 Moody St. Waltham 




B. C. AMES 
CO. 

Manufacturers of 

Dial Indicators 

and 

Dial Micrometers 

131 
Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



LEVIN'S 

For The 

Finest in Fabrics 
22 Lexington St. 



Wal+ham, Mass. 
893-7143 




C. R. SWANEY 
CO., INC. 

196 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

Congratulations to the 
CLASS of 72 



O'TOOLE 

the 
FLORIST, INC. 



719 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

893-2961 



Flowers 

For All 

Occasions 



302 









Denise Butler 
Janis Butler 
James Byrne 
Kathleen Byron 
Douglas Cacciola 
Diane Cafarelli 
Stephen Caira 
Claudi Caissie 
Mary Callahan 



Debra Caloggero 
Phillip Calson 
Michael Cameron 
Joanne Cammisaro 
Constance Campbel 
Kathryn Campbell 
Donna Camposano 
Brian Canning 
Catherine Canty 



Mary Capello 
George Cappadona 
Robert Cappadona 
Laura Callahan 
Steven Calnan 




303 



Compliments 
of 

METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 




ALPHAGRAPHIC 




NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



COLLEGE 
PHARMACY INC. 

576 South St. 
Waltham, Mass. 




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j RESTAURANT % 



0OLF- BILLIARDS 



FULL 

course 99+ 

DINNER 




BYRON'S MEN'S 
STORE 



Complete 
Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 
893-7053 



THE 
UNIFORM CENTER 

Catering to Nursing 
Lab, Waitress Needs 

141 Moody St. 
Waltham 



Lots of Luck 

to the 
Class of 72 

MR. BIG TOYLAND 

399 Moody St. 
Waltham 



Best 
of 
Luck 



Seniors 



304 




Compliments of 



ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 



Jewelers 



653 Main Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



MENDELSON'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 



Best of Luck to the Class of '72 



SAL'S 



Pizza Subs Fried Seafood 

Corner of Newton and Main 
893-8993 



305 



Homeroom 



319 



Seeley 
Bros. 



422 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

02154 

Tel. 527-2000 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW 
COMPANY 

77 Rumford Avenue, Waltham 
Custom Screw Machine Products 

Established 1893 





OF BOSTON-WALTHAM 

Totton Pond Road at Rte. 128 
(Winter Street Exit 48 and 48E) 

Waltham, Massachusetts 
Telephone: 617 — 890-3000 

Restaurant Lounge 

Swimming Pool Function Rooms 



H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

316 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. 
Telephone TW 4-2880 




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AVENUE 
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Robert Wade 



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John Wenckus 
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SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 



326 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



TW 3-8800 

McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

JOHN D. McKENZIE 
President and Treasurer 

194 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



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FROM 



COLEMAN & SONS 



REALTORS - INSURORS 



451 MAIN STREET WALTHAM 



ESTABLISHED 1910 







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AMERICAN 

APPLIANCE 

INC. 

469 Main Street 
Waltham 
893-8296 



FRANK STEVENS 
Discount 

Health Aids, Beauty Supplies 

Cosmetics Wigs 

318 Moody St. Waltham 



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W. H. NICHOLS 
CO. 

Waltham, Mass. 



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MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Baker 

571 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 




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WELCH 

OPTOMETRIST 

377 A Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

Tel. 894— 1128 



LEW'S FASHION 
SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 
377 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4—2066 



P. E. BURKE 

MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 

1 1 3 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



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BANNER GLASS 

67-69 

Prospect St. 
Waltham 



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R. S. WILDER INC 



26 Bedford St. 
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ARTISAN INDUSTRIES 



73 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



ROY JOHNSTON'S TIRE SHOP 



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929 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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MASS. BROKEN STONE 



133 Boston Post Road 
Weston, Mass. 



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GORDON BILLIARD SUPPLY 

8 Hammond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



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EDITH BOUDREAU 
THOMAS DELESKEY 
AUDETTE EL-FAR 
DEBRA GAUDET 



MICHEL IODICE 



JUDY KRATOVILLE 



FRANK LAMATTINA 



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DIANE MADAGLIA 



MARY McNULTY 



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DONALD SITES 



DAWN SMITH 



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DIANE POULIN 

TIMOTHY POWERS 

DONNA PRIESTMAN 

MARJORIE PRIEST 
JAN PROCYK 




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ARLENE PURCHASE 
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DEBRA QUEEN 
LESLIE QUINN 
MARIAN QUINN 
KENNETH RALSTON 
JOANN RAO 
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NANCY REA 
MAUREEN REDDY 
MARGARET REED 
THOMAS REGAN 
JOAN REILLY 
JOSEPH RIBEIRO 



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JOSEPH RICHARDSON 
PAUL RICHARD 
DIANE ROBARDS 
PATRICIA PRESTON 
JOYCE PROIA 



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PETER SALVUCCI 
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GAIL SANTAMARIA 
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NANCY SAWTELLE 
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KEVIN SCARLETT 
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MARK SEGIEN 
JOHN SELIG 
JONATHAN SHALGER 
THERESA SHARPE 
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MICHAEL SHEA 

ROBERTA SHEA 

NANCY SHORT 

DEBORAH SMITH 

ROBERT STRATTON 

COLLEEN SULLIVAN 

JOANNE TALARICO 






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JOSEPH GOODE 
DANIEL GOODWIN 
SHEREE GOODWIN 
MICHAEL GUISTI 



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ELAINE MAHONEY 
CHRISTIANA MAHR 
BERNADETTE MAILLET 
PAUL MAILLET 
EDWARD MALLOY 
CARMELINA MALLOZZI 
DAVID MALONEY 
KATHLEEN MALONEY 
DEBORAH MANCUSO 
VINCENT MANDILE 



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ANNEMARIE GISBOURNE 
JOHN GIULIANO 
PHYLLIS GLEASON 
DEBBIE GLEDHILL 
JORDAN GLEN 



PATRICIA MANIACE 
LINDA MANNING 
LYNNE MANN 
JOANNE MANZON 
NANCY MANZON 



JOSEPH GALLAGHER 
PAUL GALLAGHER 
GLORIA GALLITANO 
KENNETH GAL 
LAURA GANGI 
LAWRENCE GARBER 
PETER GARCIA 
PATRICIA GARDNER 
JUDITH GARRAHAN 
STEVEN GARRITY 
DIANE GAUDET 
JAMES GAUDET 
WILLIAM GAUDET 
THERESA GENTILE 
MICHAEL GILBERTO 
PAMELA GILLEN 
PAUL GIROLAMO 



DEBRA MARA 
GARY MARCHESE 
STEVEN MARSOCCI 
BRIAN MARTIN 
NANCY MARSTON 






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SHAREN RUSSELL 
ANTHONY RUSSO 






BARBARA RYNN 
MICHAEL SALAMONE 




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PETER SALVUCCI 






PETER SAMPSON 






ARMANDO SANTIAGO 






MARIE SANTOLUCITO 


JOSEPHINE SCANIO STEPHEN SCOTT 


DIANE SAULNIER 


BRIAN SCARLETT PAMELA SEARS 


ANNETTE SAVOIE 


ANDREW SCHKUTA GARY SHANNON 


CRAIG SAWIN 


ELIZABETH SCHRIMPF RICHARD SHARP 


CHARLES SAWYER 


PHILIP SCOTT ESTHER SHAUGHNESSY 


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GISELLE GOGUEN 24 1 


HELEN CHIASSON 


JOHN CLARK 


ANDREA GOODE RONALD HACHE 


JOSEPH CHIASSON 


REBECCA CLASBY 


DEBORA GRANT BERNARD HAFFEY 


ANTHONY CHICCO 


SALLY COLLETT 


LORNA GRAY RUSSELL HAGOPIAN 


FREDERICK CHILDS 


KAREN COLLINS 


MARK GREEN ZOUIG HAGOPIAN 


HONG CHIN 


MARYANN COLLINS 


ROBERT GREEN CATHY HALLOWELL 


VIVIEN CHIN 


ISABEL COLLURA 


SHARON GRIGORAKOS SUSAN HAMILTON 


SUSAN CHRISTOPHER 


JAMES CONDON 


WILLIAM GROTH JOSEPH HANCOCK 


CAROL CINCOTTA 


CHERYL CONEENY 


ARTHUR GULLOTTI ROBERT HANLON 


DONNA CINCOTTA 


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MARK GULLOTTI BERNARD HANNON 


JOSEPH CINCOTTA 


DIANE CONRAD 


PAUL GULLOTTI LAURA HARRON 


MICHAEL CINCOTTA 


MARK CONRAD 


RICHARD GUZZI DANIEL HARVEY 


MICHELE CIRCEO 


ANTHONY CONRAN 


ADELE HACHE ROBERT HASTIE 



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JOHN SWEENEY 
JOHANNA SZABO 
DENNE TAMBURRO 








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CHRIS VAFIADES 




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MARGARET VALENZANO 




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ANNE THIDEMANN 


ROBERT VANARIA 




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FRANCIS THOMAS 


ROBERT WADDICK 




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ANN YUNG 


DOROTHY WHITE 




JANE WRIGHT 


ANGELA ZAGAMI 


TERRY WHITTINGTON 




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JOHN ZAIA 


DONALD WIGGIN 




CHERYL WRYNN 


SHARON ZAMMUTO 


JULIANNE WILBUR 




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ROBIN WILKINS 




COLIN YOUNG 


EDWARD ZWIRBLA 


DEBORAL WILLEMS 




JANELLA YOUNG 




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MICHAEL WILLIAMS 








ALICE MARIE WILSON 
DAVID WILSON 




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HELEN WITHROW 




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JOHN BONICA 


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DENNIS BOUDREAU 






KEVIN BOUDREAU 






PAULA BOUDREAU 


ROBERT BREHM 




PERRY BOUDREAU 


JULIE BRENNAN 




REGIS BOUDREAU 


TRACEY BRIGGS 


DEBRA BROUILLARD 


THOMAS BOUDROT 


LINDA BRINTON 


DONNA BROUILLETTE 


ARTHUR BOWEN 


SARAH BRODRICK 


CAROL BROWN 


JOYCE BOWERS 


ROGER BROOKS 


MARGARET BROWN 


HAROLD BOYD 


SHARON BROOKS 


JOSEPH BURGOGNE 



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BRIAN HARVEY 
DONNA HARVEY 
JOAN HASSETT 
DAVID HAYES 
RICHARD HAYES 



PATRICK HEALY 
TODD HIGGINS 
DEBORAH HILL 
MICHAEL HILL 
CHARLES HINCKLEY 
ANN HINES 




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ALISON HOLMAN 
DEBORA HOPKINS 
DAVID HORAN 
KENNETH HOUSTON 
CHRISTINE HOWARD 
GEORGE HOWARD 
BERNADETTE HUBER 
DAVID HUBLER 
LILLIAN JEFFERS 



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REBECCA McCULLOUGH 
THOMAS McCULLOUGH 
JOHN McCUSKER 

david McDonnell 

CHARLES McGRATH 
DONNA McGUIGAN 



CHRISTINE McHUGH 
BARBARA McLAUGHLIN 
MICHAEL MASTERSON 
KAREN MATHESON 
STEPHEN MAYO 
MICHAEL MAZZARINI 
JOANNE MAZZEO 



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PETER MAZZONE 
KATHLEEN McCARTHY 

kevin McCarthy 

JANET McCAULEY 
JOHN MALONEY 
ROBERT MANICO 
JEANETTE MANNING 
DONNA MANNION 
EDWARD MANN 
ROBERT MARANIAN 
GAYLE MARA 
STEVEN MARCHAND 
PAMELA MARCHESE 
ALBERT MARQUS 
JANE MARSTON 
JOHN MARTIN 



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SUSAN McMANUS 
NORA McMENIMEN 
MARTHA MEADE 
GARY MEDEIROS 
MARTHA MEEHAN 
ADELINE MEGA 
CHERYL MENARD 
DIANE MERCURIO 
ELENA MERCURIO 
LYNNE MERRIL 
CAROL MERRITTS 
JANET MERRULLO 



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JUDITH MESSINA 
ESTELLE MICHELSON 
PATRICIA MILIOTO 
CHARLES MILLIAN 
KEVIN MILLIGAN 
BARBARA MILLS 



RICHARD MILTON 
ANNEMARIE MORAN 
DAVID MOSMAN 
DEBORAH MUISE 
DIANE MUISE 
DEBORAH MULA 




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DONNA TAIPALE 
DIANE TALANIAN 
MYRA TANNER 
PAUL TARALLO 
ROBERT TARJAN 
BARBARA TEAGUE 
KENNETH TEELE 
CARL TERRASI 
DIANE TESTA 
DEBORAH THAMBASH 
ROBERT THOMAS 
PAUL THOMPSON 
ALBERT TIERNEY 
ROBERT TIERNEY 
RICHARD TIRONE 
TERESA TOBIN 



REGINA RYAN 
ROBERT RYAN 
VIRGINIA RYAN 
JOAN RYNN 
SUSAN SALAMONE 
JOAN IE SALTZBERG 










SUSAN TOMASELLO 
SCOTT TOWER 
THOMAS TRUDEAU 
JEAN VALDANBRINI 
WILLIAM VALENTE 



PAMELA ROGERS 
SUSAN ROGERS 
WILLIAM ROGGE 
JOAN ROONEY 
NANCY ROSOLKO 
KAREN ROSS 
CAROLYN RUFO 
DIANE RYAN 





ARTHUR VANARIA 
PATRICIA VANARIA 
THOMAS VANDERFORD 
JOHN VOYMAS 
ARTHUR WALSH 



ENITH BLODGETT 
THEODORE RICKETTS 
THOMAS RIGGS 
GARY RIGOLI 
JAMES RIGOLI 
JEAN RIGOLI 
MICHAEL RIGOLI 
JOE RIZZO 
PAUL RIZZO 
CYNTHIA ROBERTS 
JACQUELIN ROBINSON 
PATRICIA ROCHE 
DIANE RODES 
ERNEST ROGERS 



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ESTABLISHED 
1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

02154 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

THE 

GRADUATING 

CLASS 

OF 



1972 



RAYTHEON 



WALTHAM PLANT 

EQUIPMENT DIVISION 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



RESEARCH DIVISION 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



MICROWAVE a. POWERTUBE 
DIVISION 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



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